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User: vinny60
Comment: A challanging time to fish this river is from mid-August to September during the "Trico" hatch. Of course, you need to be on the river by daybreak, but it's an fantastic experience! More typically, early in the season, you can try your luck on the surface with Blue-winged Olives or Blue Duns in sizes 16-18. If that doesn't produce the hoped for results, it may be necessary to resort to weighted wet flies, streamers, or nymphs. Some flies to try are the Muddler Minnows, and the black stonefly . As summer progresses, the hatches become more plentiful and varied. From the end of May to well into June it's the time to experiment with your Pale Evening and Sulphur Dunns, along with the Adams. In July the caddis and the terrestrial are more productive.
Date: 09/07/09 05:52 PM

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