With the warmth of spring finally settling in the bugs are coming out. The river is flowing at 58 CFS and swinging around 51F. Sulphurs are coming off in good numbers with more expected to come in the next few weeks. Fishing them in the early afternoon has been the most effective, with potential for a wonderful evening bite near dusk. Caddis are also mixed in with the sulphurs and have been most effective in the morning, but opportunistic fish are willing to take them throughout the day.
Everyone has been waiting and they’re finally here! The emergence of the Brood X Cicadas has started, although their numbers are not prolific yet. With warm weather in the forecast, expect an explosion soon. We have three Cicada patterns in the shop waiting to meet the water’s surface.