Fishing in the national park has been consistently good over the past week. The Fall River has remained at a good temperature for feeding activity. Brown trout and brook trout were biting, small green and black nymphs. Olive two bit hooker #16 and black micromayfly #18 fished 2ft. below a hopper produced fish in deep runs and on the cut banks. The water is very clear making sight fishing possible for finding and landing fish.
Cub creek water temperatures have risen and while many fish were seen, they were mainly inactive on the bottom of the creek. A few small brook trout were caught along cut banks on small nymphs. Conditions in the morning were significantly better as action cooled off in the heat of the day.
Recommended flies: small natural colored nymphs #16 and #18