Fall fishing!

It is hard to believe September is here. Where did summer go? The weather however still feels much like August, hot dry days in the 80’s and 90’s. River flows are still in good shape and fishing is holding up. Hoppers are still bringing up some good fish in the afternoons. The may flies of fall are beginning to show in small numbers and should increase once we get some cooler cloudy days. Hecubas (fall drake) and Tricos are catching a few fish in the clouds and shady banks. If you find some risers , match the hatch with the appropriate may fly. If nothing is rising stick with a hopper and if you must drop a nymph about 2 1/2 feet below. This weather pattern is expected to last another week, when it cools down the may fly hatches should be great. See ya on the river…..