Fish in the upper 3 miles are still eating baetis nymphs and a small zebra midges. The farther you go down, the more they are keying in on PMD and yellow sally nymphs.
Not enough of a BWO hatch to bring them up anymore, but sporadic pods are still eating spinners and cripples that have collected in slow pockets off of the current.
Two days this week had good winds out of the west which knocked lots of hoppers off the bluffs into the river, which seems to have a few fish looking up for them already.
Effective Patterns: Burk’s PMD, Barr’s Emerger, Black Zebra, Black Quill, Mango Hopper
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