The Gunpowder is flowing at 38 CFs. It is low, clear and full of wild fish. Olives have been coming off most mornings. Caddis are also a good bet mid-day. MDDNR Fisheries was able to finish up the shocking survey this week on the Gunpowder with a 17″ brown reported at Masemore Rd and a few stream-bred rainbows “shocked and released” at Falls Rd. With most of the freestones in the region are still full of water, and at about twice the normal flow, the Gunpowder is still shin deep to knee deep at Masemore. Alot of the gravel and woody debris has shifted in the river since the storm but the fish have adjusted and are looking up for dries through most of the catch and release section. In other news, particles are faster than light.
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