The Gunpowder River is currently flowing at 104 CFS and coming down after last weeks heavy rains. This is a great level to fish streamers and also match the hatch. Caddis and Sulphurs fished in the riffle and run sections from Masemore Road up towards Falls Road should do the trick. X-Caddis patterns will also be productive patterns to use since these can imitate both caddis and sulphur mergers stuck in the surface film. Just add a little floatant to the wing of the fly so the body and the tail sit low in the water giving the appearance of an insect trying to break free from the surface tension.
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Mild temperatures this winter have kept fishing exciting! The fish have been eagerly taking streamers and midges in the deep pools and riffles. The recent snow put a brief “slow-down” on the fishing but never fear,…warm weather is just around the corner. Stoneflies in the 14-16 size range have been noted on local streams and on the warmer days, trout can be seen rising to mother natures offerings. With Spring just around the corner, look for Hendricksons and March Browns to make an appearance preluding to the much anticipated annual Sulphur hatches in the Mid-Atlantic region.
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