SPECIAL NOTICE: Due to the low water conditions anglers should be aware that the Lower Fly Zone is closed until further notice.
On Friday the we had cloudy conditions and the temperature reached into the 60’s. We did get some lite drizzle but overall the rain that was forecasted stayed south of us. Now that the fish have adjusted to the low water they have mostly been holding in the deep holes during the day and moving from hole to hole at night. With increased fishing pressure the best action has been first thing in the morning and later in the day once the crowd thins out. Yesterday was a tough day for anglers who expected lots of fish to be moving. The anglers who had the most success were those who stayed in and around the deeper holes. The low water pushes the fish to the deeper holes because it’s the only place they can hide and have cover. Because these areas can be crowded and the water is low and clear, the fish may be skiddish or more line shy then normal. By using fluorocarbon, adjusting your leader/tippet, using more natural colors instead of big bright flashy stuff can all make a difference under the current conditions.