03-19-2019Report by: Randy Hanner
As the weather starts to warm up, fish are becoming active below the dam. Rising trout can be seen throughout the late morning and afternoon on warmer days. However, small green zebra midges, as well as Blue Poison Tungs (size 18-20), were still the most productive flies throughout the day. The middle to lower parts of the water column held many active, feeding fish. Focus on maintaining a slow drift in the deeper pools for plentiful strikes. Trout seemed to react best when given a gentle, slow presentation. Approach the pools with caution; many fish are easily spooked and will refuse flies if they feel pressured.
Wind Conditions: Light-Breeze
Flow Level: CFS
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