Early indications of spring appeared this weekend. Common winter season hatches of blue wing olives and stones were signed up with by sporadic however constant March brown hatches throughout the hottest and sunniest parts of the day.
With enough sunlight and heat, some fish have actually begun searching for. Dry fly fishing has some possible for success today with the weather report looking pleasant till next weekend. This weekend’s fishing saw several fish turned up for little March brown dries in sluggish, deep, swimming pools and common winter season holding water. One excited fish took both dry flies in one aggressive sweeping consume. They may be as thrilled as us anglers are at the possibility of bigger insect life appearing on the surface area once again.
Swinging soft hackles or dropping a gently weighted softie under a bouyant march brown dry can be an actually enjoyable method to fish this time of year also, and can be an excellent approach to possibility with or utilize when fish do not appear to desire the dry. A lot of fish were still taken this previous week on basic winter season nymphing fare– a mega prince or a large stonefly and a gaudy jig under a bobber— however coming weeks ought to open various amazing opportunities for fishing.
Water levels are looking excellent. The river is dropping and in best shape.
Water temperature levels stay cool. When you see the water temperatures tick up simply a bit you will see more adult pests consisting of more caddis and March Browns.