06-02-2023Report by: FRAadam
The Park has been hit or miss for us depending on flows and weather, but the one thing you can expect is a afternoon storm, so keep your eyes on the clouds. With cooler weather flows have dropped, making wading easier but still use caution. Wet weather and cooler temps are expected most of this coming week, so flows will boost more on heavier storms.
For dries, BWOs have been hatching on cloudy cool days, which can help get those fish moving. AR’s BWO or Emerger, Hi-Vis BWO, Parchute Adams, or Parchute Hares Ears will cover this hatch good, but with some stones hatching depending on where you are in the Park, smaller black Stimulators, Chubbies, and Hippie Stompers have also been great.
For nymphs, Spanish Perdigons, Warrior Perdigons, Blow Torches, Copper Johns, Runt Stones, BTS Mayflies, and ID Theft in BWO have been our go to flies.
Temperature: Upper 50s
Wind Conditions: Gusty
Water Temperature: 46
Flow Level: 244 CFS