March was a tough month on the Farmington with most fish being taken on nymphs or streamers. The cold water temperatures kept fish relatively quiet in the wee morning hours, until the sun had provided some warmth However, fish could be found in the slower sections of the river feeding on caddis when the weather cooperated. Higher flows on the river brought the trout closer to the banks to actively feed on caddis and stoneflies during the warmest parts of the day. Large browns could be seen rising near shore.I had a great time just observing trout. The nymph fishing was relatively good compared to the much colder month of February. Stonefly patterns and Caddis Larvae along with San Juan Worms were good producers.