Today was a textbook March Brown overcast warm day. According to Barrett, one of our guides who was out today below Bellinger, the bugs were few and far between. He said there were a few March Browns coming off mid-day but not enough to get the trout to the surface. The fish were not even taking swung wet flies but they were taking dead-drifted nymphs and there were some larger fish caught up to 17″. It’s getting close, but we need the water to warm just a bit to get the hatch in full swing.
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