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Fishing Tip / Report from The King Fisher Fly Shop

It’s not far from doing its spring thing, but so far, it has been pretty decent. The river is running pretty dirty, but is still fishing pretty well. On warmer days there has been some later afternoon dry fly activity, especially on the lower river around Superior. You’ll see a few skwalas, baetis, and some March Browns. Double dutch bugs, flush floater skwalas, royal chubbies, Amy’s ants in olive, and morningwoods are all good choices for skwalas. Underneath use pheasant tails, MacGruber nymphs, San Juan worms, purple princes, Pat’s rubber legs, two bit hookers, and hare’s ear nymphs. Streamers have been working well in the down time between hatches with mojo minnows, sparkle minnows, bighorn buggers, sculpzillas, and sex dungeons. The streamers have been fishing best right off the bank since this latest bump in flows.

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Fishing Tip / Report from The King Fisher Fly Shop