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Fishing Tip / Report from The King Fisher Fly Shop

The flow on rock creek is still dropping and now below 500cfs. The mornings and evenings have been excellent and the mid day action is definitely worth the trip up here. There are caddis hatches in the evening, and golden stones, PMDs, hoppers, and a few spruce moths available during the rest of the day. Hoppers and PMDs are the bug of choice. Dropping a nymph off your dry is still a good option, too. For dry flies, use chubby chernobyls, rogue stones, rastaman stones, thunder thigh hoppers, parachute adams, purple hazes, elk hair caddis, and para wulffs. For sub surface patterns use jig princes, pheasant tails, Pat’s rubber legs, blowtorch jigs, caddis pupae, copper johns, and purple princes. Mojo minnows, sparkle minnows, sculpzillas, and JJ specials have been extremely effective streamers for the last hour of daylight. Have a good weekend!

HATCHES: golden stones, PMDs, yellow sallies, caddis, hoppers

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Fishing Tip / Report from The King Fisher Fly Shop