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When I got into my truck and came to work this morning I had to scrape off the frost on my windshield. You don’t expect that on June 15th. Reports were very good yesterday in the morning on Salmonflies and then the temperature dropped in the afternoon and the fishing tapered off. We have had a very slow moving Big Hole River Salmonfly hatch due to the cool weather. Look for the bugs to fly in the warmer afternoons. It is going to stay cool and then warm up nicely in the middle of the week. You may have to keep the droppers on below the Salmonflies and Chubby Chernobyl’s today and tomorrow. We have been fishing the upper river and the canyon sections of the Big Hole. Our Big Hole River guides were on late in the Dewey Canyon last night and did very well on dries. Everything is continuing to fish well and look for the weekend crowd to taper off and it’s time to call in sick to work tomorrow and get on the Big Hole.
Guide Chuck Page with a fabulous brown during the Big Hole Salmonfly hatch