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The morning dry fly fishing on the Big Hole continues to be very good. The fish are keyed in on Nocturnal Stones in the early morning hours, and then switching to PMDs once the mayfly hatch begins. Once the morning hatch tapers off, switch to nymphing with an indicator and you should be able to stay consistently hooked up all afternoon. The fish have been eating Girdle Bugs and PMD nymphs in the afternoons.
Like most of the other locations in Southwest Montana, we have been dealing with slightly smoky skies for the past few days. Luckily, because the smoke that is effecting the area is coming from so far away, we are not smelling any smoke in the air, we are just experiencing hazy skies.