Looks like we are in for some much needed warmth this weekend. Anglers should expect more numerous caddis hatches and a diminished March Brown emergence. Look for larger species of caddis and even a few golden stone adults to crawl out and dry themselves on suddenly warm river rocks. Try the following patterns, Hackle Stacker Flag Dun Adams #12,14, peacock caddis #12, Beldars golden stonefly nymphs #8,10, and kaufman stonefly nymphs fished deep under and indicator. Waters are dropping and opportunities abound, enjoy the sunshine.
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