March Brown Hatch on the McKenzie – Spring Fishing 2022

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It’s that time of year again March Madness is close and March Browns are hatching on the McKenzie. Nymphing has been solid, swinging wets has been superb, and sporadic surface activity with March Browns, Blue Winged Olives, Skwala Stones, and little black stone flies has been ramping up with warmer days and dropping water.

Here is a list of some of the best patterns to be fishing right now;

MFC Jigged Girdle Bug
MFC’s Berry’s PCP Nymph
March Brown Nymphs
Mega Prince
Tungsten Soft Hackle PT
Dark Cahill Wet
Soft Hackle March Brown
BeadHead March Brown Emerger
High and Dry Parachute Western March Brown
Harrop’s CDC March Brown
Parachute Adams 12-16

Water Temps are moving in the right direction.

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