While fall has officially arrived, it certainly doesn’t feel like it out there yet with temp’s in the 80’s today. The river is in the best shape for fall the we have seen in a few years. The emergence of insects have been particularly strong for this stage of the season. If the weather stays consistent we should expect more of the same strong hatches of tricos and pseudos.
The nymph fishing should remain good with small sowbugs, Size 20 & 22 mayfly nymph imitations along with midge pupa. Look for the browns and rainbows to become more aggressive each day towards well fished streamer imitations.
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