Nymphs have been working fine above Falls RD. Solid reports of fish taking #14-16 caddis larva trailed by #18-20 bead head pheasant tails since Tuesday have raised a few eyebrows. Rainbows well over 12″ are becoming pretty standard fare. If you’re hoping for dry fly action start early as the windy stuff usuallly picks up by afternoon. Bwo’s and Adams patterns in back eddies and soft water along the edges should move a few fish.
Note: We still have a couple of spaces left in this Saturdays’ Hendrickson life cycle class. It starts at 10:00 AM and ends at 1:00PM. Learn how to ties nymphs, emergers, dries and spinners in a fun class ideal for beginners.We’d be happy to fill out the class with your help. Give the shop a call at 410-329-6821 to register.