6/12/10 We’re Suckers for Sulphurs!

  

Date: 6/11/10

Water Flow: 347Cfs 

Visibility: clear 

Water Temp: 59*F pm 

Water Condition: good, water not affected by heavy showers lately. 

Access Point: Upper TMA 

 Hatches (in order of importance): Vitreus and Sulphurs 14-18 are out in full force on the river. March Brown/Grey Fox 12-14 are hatching throughout the river and with decent numbers causing plenty of fish to notice however the Rusty Spinner in 12-14 have been working great in the evening accounting for some nice fish in the last week. Rusty Spinners in the smaller 16-20 range are showing in good numbers as well. BWO 20-26 on rainy days and in the evening. Winter/Summer Caddis 16-22 in the am are still catching a lot fish. Green Caddis and Tan Caddis are all over the river in 16-18 with lots of fish feeding on them. 

 Comments: The fishing has been good in the mornings on the Caddis hatches, and the evenings have been dynamite on spinners and Sulphur parachutes. There have been so many different type of insects on the water in the evenings, its important to watch fish closely to see what they are feeding on. Size of insects and riseform are very important when trying to do this. The cold water really has the trout in the river fighting hard, so grab your rod and waders and we here at JWflyfishing will see you down over the bank! 

JW 

 

 

 

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