The water coming out of Hills Creek is still a bit off color but a fine level for fishing. Clarity improves as tributaries merge and mix on down the river. Although a decent March Brown Hatch developed around 2pm fishing double nymphs proved to be most productive. Our two best flies were the Mega Prince and the Double Bead Peacock Epoxy Backed Nymph. Mega Prince in size 6 and 8 and the Double Bead Peacock Nymph in size 4 and 6. Learn to tie the Mega Prince here.
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