Its been quite a year so far! The spring season was full of mild temperatures, good river flows, and healthy hatches of mayflies to keep anglers and the trout busy. I was honored to be nominated as “Orvis Fly Fishing Guide of the Year Finalist” and was extremely thrilled and surprised in late April when I was awarded “Orvis 2022 Fly Fishing Guide of the Year”. What a great honor to be among some of the best in the business!
Summer is here and so are the caddis and terrestrials ! We are seeing the sulfur hatches fade as the season progresses and the days get hotter. There are still a few sulfurs hatching later in the day into the evening making for some exciting afternoon adventures. The caddis, ants, and beetles are starting to show in numbers so switching up and fishing dry/dropper rigs will produce fish to the net.Flows are still running favorably in the mid 60’s and some more rain on the way, this may continue.
Enjoy the holiday weekend and be careful out there!