Good Bite on the Nymph

Stonefly activity is slowing on the Stillwater. Pale Morning Duns should step up and fill the gap until hoppers take over. Some PMD spinners are in evidence, but no real afternoon hatch happening yet. (Yes, Pale Morning Duns hatch in the afternoon this time of year). PMD nymphs are active and ready for the show. A black nymph fished on the bottom produced best today on the Stillwater. Pheasant Tails, Prince Nymphs and other dark nymphs are the ticket. Fish are feeding in the riffles and drop offs. Not much activity on the bank water.

The Brown Trout just glow on the Stilly!

The Brown Trout just glow on the Stilly!

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