Beaver Creek 3/17/15
We're finally in good shape up here with water conditions! Stream has plenty of water but is fishing well. The slight tint to the water and heavier flows make it ideal for nymphing conditions. Takes have been extremely slight so make sure you're on your A game. Bwo nymphs, small midges, cressbugs and scuds fished deep have been producing good fish. Bwo's on top along with small black midges are popping off throughout the day. Swinging small soft hackles and dead drifting emergers is working well.
If you see a redd (or anything that looks like one) be sure to stay away from it when you’re wading. We are all responsible for protecting the future generations of these great wild fish! Everyone should try their hardest to stay out of the water if possible until early spring to protect our fishery.
Big Hunting Creek: 3/14/15
Flows are up and the water is running really cold due to the snow melt. Once we get a few warm sunny days, it should start fishing really well with all this water.
BWO dry flies 18 -24
Cdc and Elk caddis 14- 20
Eastern Cranefly 14-16
Mike Hecks pheasant tail nymph 16-18
Mike Hecks BWO nymph 18
ICSI midge (I can see it) size 20-24
Adams size 16- 20
Cressbugs size 12-16
Olive and gray scuds size 14-18
Rockworm Caddis larva size 16-20
Hares ear nymph size 14-20
Pheasant tail nymph size 16-20
Walt's worm size 12-16
Zebra midge size 20-22
Sculpins size 2-6