August update

While the spruce moth bloom this year was marginal, BWO's, pmd's and terrestrial's rule the hatch's.  Don't forget pmd pseudo's,bwo's, caddis and stonefly nymphs when choosing flies. Average flow and cooler evening temps have kept the fishing solid.  Looking ahead, milder overnight temps and warmer day's should bring on more terrestrials, yellow and tan hopper's, cinnamon and black ant's.

Nymph's to use:

#16-18 Soft hackle Lightning bugs 

#18 Flashback Baetis

#18 JuJu Baetis

#16 AKA Prince

#16-18 Bubbleback emerger

#16-18 Orvis Soft Hackle Lightning bugs

#18-22 Pseudo Wondernymph, cream

#12 black or brown Knotty Girl's

Dries to use:

#16 Royal and olive Stimi's 

#14-18 Parachute Adam's 

#18 Tan and Olive Elk hair caddis

#14-18 cdc flying ant and Sparkle ant

#12 tan donkey kong hopper

#12 Peach Yeti Hopper

#16-18 BWO Comparadun's and parachute BWO's

#14-18 Rusty Spinner's

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