The Gunpowder River is gin clear, flowing at 37 CFs and is 58 F. With air temps in the high 40’s every morning, it takes a few hours for the fish to start moving on the tiny BWO’s and trico’s. By mid-afternnon caddis are peeling off in the riffles. The fishing is tough but long, fine leaders ending in 7x will result in surprisingly quick takes-especially in the shallows. The evening light on the bean and cornfields surrounding the Hereford Area is warmer now. One can no longer see to fish past 8 PM. The acorns are already dropping–a reminder that summer is already fading. Time spent afield this time of year is always worthwhile especially on the Gunpowder River.