Report Summary

Fish are becoming more active once the water warms up around 11:00 AM. Water is dropping and the fish are spreading out, make sure to fish the riffle waters as well as pockets and pools. Midges can be seen coming off sporadically throughout the day, but the main hatches of grey drakes and PMD’s are coming mid-afternoon. Dry dropper rigs have been working well, and nymph rigs in deeper water. Dries to fish include Furimsky’s grey drake (#16), pearl caddis (#16-18), royal chubby (#16), hippie stomper (#16), and extended body PMD (#16-18). Nymphs that have been working include: cinnamon toast (#16), rainbow warrior (#16-20), black zebra midge (#16-18), BH soft hackle pheasant tail (#16), Frenchie (#16-18), and micro mayfly (#16-18)

Reported By: Randy HannerArray
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