Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by JasonG, Sep 18, 2013.
I put umbrellas over them first.
I fish creeks all way to the closer with dries. I've had some of my best days the last week of October.
As stated by others, as fall comes, I would shift my attention from streams draining primarily from above the snow-line, to either downstream areas, or streams that drain from lower elevations. You can still fish dries, especially October caddis. A lot of the lower draining streams will fish through November, if they're open. And if they're below anadromous barriers, they're likely going to have sea run cutts, which will also take dries, dead drifted or skated.
i saw a few fish rising today to a very sparse caddis hatch. I was getting a little luck on smalls nymphs with a tiny midge dropper but the brookies were slamming my little streamer like no tomorrow.
Thank you for the info!!
I have to say the members on this site are Awesome!! I have learned so much from alot of great people. Thank you again JasonG
+1 love those data-based angling tactics
Slam some steelhead? Wow this guy is such a dork.