Fall is Here

by Blue Damsel Manager on September 12, 2008

With shorter days, cooler nights, and the occasional rain, Fall has arrived on Rock Creek. And with it comes dry flies, streamers, and lots of active trout. 

Mahoganies, blue-winged olives, and hecubas are out in big numbers on all our rivers. With mayflies on the water, we see lots of trout noses poking through the surface film, mouths open. The fishing can be technical, but it’s some of the most satisfying angling we have all year–when the cast, the drift, and the hook set must be in perfect rhythm to stick that lunker. 
The leaves have just started to blaze yellows and oranges and reds. Nearly every night there is a fire crackling in the fire place, surrounded by happy anglers telling stories of fall fishing in Montana.

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