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Fishing Tip / Report from The King Fisher Fly Shop

** FWP will be shocking fish between Stevi. Bridge-Bass Creek on 9/14 and between Hannon-Darby on 9/21**

The cooler nights and daytime highs have lowered water temps into the 50s now, down from lower river daytime water temps that hovered around 68 to 70 degrees most of Aug. and Sept. It’s nice to see the arrival of fall! There are some drakes showing up and even a few mahoganies with the changing daylight hours and water temps. Baetis are still on the horizon, but there are enough fish looking up to keep it interesting. Darker bodied mayflies ranging from size 12 cripples and comparaduns to small parachute Adams/purple haze stuff in 16s to 20s are working well. Tandem nymph rigs that include orange rubberlegs, double beaded stones (peacock) and natural colored San Juans are keeping us bent. Yellow to light olive streamers have been doing GOOD things from Florence downstream.
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Fishing Tip / Report from The King Fisher Fly Shop