This is always one of the tougher rivers in the area to fish, there just are not the numbers of fish that we have in our other rivers. If you do head this way, try a few nymphs. There hasnt been much dry fly action. A worm and a crayfish may find a fish or two.
Dries| Bat wing Emerger: 18-20, Micro Midge Black/ Red: 18-20, Brooks Sprout Black: 18-20-22, Z-Lon Midge:20-22, Spider Midge: 18-20, Ex. Body BWO: 16-18-20, Purple Haze: 16-18-20, Hi-Vis Paramerger Adams: 16-18,
Nymphs| Zonker Tan/Copper, Pearl/Natural: 4-6-8 Clouser Crayfish: 8-10 Rubberlegs Brown, Black, Charcoal, Goldenstone: 4-6 San Juan Worm Assorted Variety: 6-8-10 Lightning Bug Pearl, Gold, Original: 12-14-16, pheasant tail: 14-18
Streamers| Home Invader Yellow, White, Black: 2 Buck Rogers Olive: 2/0 Fathead Yellow, Black, White, Olive: 2 Sex Dungeon White, Olive, Black, Yellow: 2 Space Invader Olive/Black and Yellow/Brown: 2-4 McCunes Sculpin Olive, Tan: 4-8 Gold Bead Rubberleg Krystal Bugger Olive: 6-8
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