May Flies!

October is here and the great dry fly action continues on the Bitterroot. We’ve had some decent rains in the last week and the river is in great shape for floating and fishing. May flies are the name of the game right now. There are still some Trico’s and Hecuba’s emerging but there numbers are beginning to drop off and become less of a factor. Mahogany duns and Blue Winged Olives are coming off in good numbers and are bringing up lots of trout… Best fishing is in the afternoon , before that run a hopper dropper rig with various may fly nymphs to get you hooked up until the fish begin to rise. See ya on the river!