Fish are still keying in on worms and sow bugs but now that water level has been stable for a while, sow bugs have been working really well but a worm is still worth having on, especially as you go further down the river.
The water temperature is up a little more and now it’s time to stop working the banks and start fishing the medium depth fast water. Lots of fish are stacked up in this type of water eating anything that’s going by.
Standard fare sow bugs are working such as the Gray Ray Charles, tan soft hackle and the fire bead soft hackle. The whole spectrum of worm colors are working with regular brown being the most consistent as the water continues to clear up.
Still need lots of split shot and a longer leader to get down.
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