Date Posted: June 01, 2016

The fishing is improving slightly with a small hatch of blue winged olives (mayflies).  This hatch is mainly in the afternoon after about 2:00 pm.  The bite continues to be slower than normal since the caddis hatch ended about 2 weeks ago but as the mayfly hatch improves so will the bite.
The river is clear with about 4 to 5 hours of generation in the afternoon and evening. The lake remains in the normal pool and we have missed most of the heavy rainfall.
Midge pupas, small mayfly nymphs, sow bugs and micro jigs have been the most productive flies.

Good Fishing!!
Greg Seaton


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