Evenings 7pm-9m have been the best times for some dry fly action. Elk Hair Caddis have been on the menu. Caddis nymphs and Pheasant Tail nymphs have done good in the mornings. We’ve had a pretty good hot streak but cooler temps are forecasted for next week. This will help cool the water back down and perk up the fish again. We could use some rain for sure but we are in pretty good shape for the end of July. Excitided for the White Mayfly hatch at the end of August. Get Ready?
Tan/Olive/Brown Caddis 14-18, Adams 12-16, Light Cahills 14-16, Adams 12-16, Sulfurs 14-18, Yellow Sallie’s 14-16, Chernobyls 8-12, PMX 8-12, Olive/cream Midges 20-24, Olive/Orange Stimulators 10-14, PMX 8-12, March Brown/GRHE Wet Flies 12-14, Soft Hackles 12-18, PT Nymphs 12-18, Olive/Natural Caddis Nymphs 10-16, WD 40 20-22, Zebra Midge 20-24, Hare’s Ear Nymphs 10-16, Black/Golden/Brown Stones 8-12, Deerfield Stone 14, Quill Jig 12-16, Sexy Walt Jig 12-16, Attractor Nymphs 10-18, Olive/Black/Brown Buggers 6-12 and other medium sized streamers 4-6.