Thanks Curtis for the reply!
Rios are on the move trying to eat as much as they can before winter. After the first MAJOR cold front blows through the Rios for the most part will disappear
until next spring!
They will usually go to some deeper water and their movement is very minimal. They try to use as little energy as possible during the winter.
If they are in creeks they usually find the deeper pockets of water to hunker down in! They keep their movement to a minimal during the winter months. If the winter is a super cold one that will usually kill a lot of Rios!