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Fishing Tip / Report from The King Fisher Fly Shop

Rock Creek got a fair amount of rain, but is on the drop and starting to fish well. It’s been nice and quiet since hunting season has started. This is the time of year to fall in love with Rock Creek. Mother nature has her fall colors on and has the fish are eager to put on their winter weight. Streamers in the morning and dries in the afternoon was the way to go. Baetis were the main bugs with a few October caddis and mahoganies still kicking around. For dry flies use mahoganies, chubby Chernobyls, stimulators, BWOs, Rocky Mtn Mints, purple hazes, October caddis, and chew toys. For sub surface patterns use March madness nymphs, pheasant tails, Pat’s rubber legs, San Juan worms, caddis pupae, purple princes, and big green machines. Streamer fishing has also been very good. The fish were blowing up on streamers throughout the whole day. Big Horn buggers, aztec buggers, mojo minnows, and mini sex dungeons worked well for us.

HATCHES: Mahoganies, october caddis, hoppers, PMDs, BWOs, caddis, hecubas, tricos

FLIES: Prince nymphs, rogue stone, parachute adams, elk hair caddis, hoppers, stoneflies/nymphs, streamers.

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Fishing Tip / Report from The King Fisher Fly Shop