The river is now flowing at 2,750 cfs, with water temperatures in the upper 30’s. Nymph fishing continues to be consistent, and quite good at times from both the boat and from shore. There was a small emergence today of both midges and baetis, but the fish were not keyed into them, most likely because of the cold water and air temps. Next week the air temp’s are expected to rise and the fish should start looking up.
Effective patterns today included pink and grey sowbugs, black and brown midges and small baetis nymphs.
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