Fall Colors

by Blue Damsel Manager on September 19, 2009

The aspens are turning yellow and the nights have been dipping into the thirties. Despite recent days in the 80’s, fall is in the air, and the trout are happy about it. Yesterday, the Blackfoot coughed-up 3 Cutthroats over 17″ all on hoppers. Tricos and baetis are going strong on the Root, and the Upper Clarkfork has been dynamite. The brown trout seem to be moving around a bit more, and we have had more reports of streamer fishing being a good morning strategy. We are looking for mahogany and hecuba mayflies to factor in a bit more in the coming weeks too, with lots of big fish working the surface for end-of-season meals. All this good fishing coupled with Chef Josh’s usual meals has got everybody feeling pretty good.

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