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Hold your breath. The water is coming down to comfortable fishing levels.
Stayed until dark last night on the upper river. Sparse risers and I guess the spinner fall didn’t happen until dark. There wasn’t many bugs in the air, but I did see some grey foxes, Cahills, Olives, some kind of caddis, sulfurs, and even saw a few big carpenter ants that had fallen into the drink.
I haven’t been fishing since Sunday so, good luck. The water was very high and fast last Saturday, but I managed a few on Sulfur duns.
Never actually had the good days I normally have with the Grannom hatch. I guess I was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Still I had a good time, caught a few, and was out on the river with some buddies. The best is yet to come.
I hope it doesn’t happen with this high water. Will that have anything to do with the hatch?
Fished from 10 to 3 PM today. I saw midges but no black stoneflies. The water is a nice color, but it’s flowing fast and deep. I was fishing, the weather was great so it was a win for me.
Good question. I’d be interested knowing that myself.
Is that a spent wing that lies on the surface and simulates fluttering?
I missed this comment. I’m not sure if the fish are done spawning. But, I just wanted to say I saw a lot of spawning beds at the gorge in certain areas about 2 weeks ago.
Sounds like we lucked out with his resignation.