A break in the frigid temperatures make for a great day to be on the river ! With most fly fisherman chained to their fly tying desk recently, this weekend was a great chance for those to get out and wet a fly on local waters.
The gunpowder is flowing at 215 cfs making finding holding trout a little tough. The water temps are in the upper 30’s causing trout to be quite lethargic which forces anglers to “force feed” trout their offerings. Anglers that concentrate on the slower deeper sections of the river will be rewarded with a tight line and a boost of adrenaline to keep them warm. Try fishing streamers as your lead fly and using a copper john or zebra midge as your dropper. The deeper the better…
The mild temps have all of us hoping for warmer weather but don’t give up the tying bench just yet. As we all know, the end of February and into March can bring some frigid conditions.
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Here’s to warmer weather and hungry trout !