Sulphurs in Full Swing and some Caddis on the Gunpowder. Lower flows on the Savage make for more productive fishing!

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Water levels are great right now and make for some really good fishing!  The trout are actively taking sulphur adults in the fast water along with some caddis.  Try fishing an emerger as a dropper behind a dry fly such as a sulphur comparadun or, (as pictured), an X-caddis imitation. These have been taking fish over the past weeks.  When the fish are not actively rising, try drifting nymphs to attract attention.  During recent trips, many freshwater scuds were noted in the gravel, try fishing these patterns in size 18-20.

After recent rains, Savage River flow levels are also optimal at the moment.  With the river flowing at 120 cfs, try fishing streamers and deep drifting hares ears or pheasant tails through most seams and channels.  Don’t rule out caddis emergers and wet flys in size 16-18.

Call us to book a fishing trip on either the Gunpowder River or Savage River during the months of June and July.  Mild temps are stretching the spring fishing season.

443-567-0663 and info@flysindisguise.com

 

 

 

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