Fall fishing remains in full speed here in my corner of the Rockies, and if you’re anything like me, you’re anticipating the fall hatches. I enjoy the finality of the last trico and blue-wing hatches, due to the fact that they highlight a few of the very best trout I’ll see all year.
In a current story over at the Orvis blog site, Phil Monahan shares his 4 leading dry flies for fall fishing. In what some may view as a surprise, Phil consists of terrestrials. Even when the air gets crisp, trout will still consume huge bugs till the very first difficult frost of the year actually puts them down. I have actually had brown trout consume hoppers well into November some years.
You can check out Phil’s whole list here.