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We had our first dusting of snow in the high country a couple days ago. Fall is in the air and we have a great stretch of weather ahead of us. Cool mornings, and warm afternoons are on tap for the next several days. We have been nymphing in the mornings, and throwing dry flies in the afternoons. In the morning a size #16 Silver Lightning bug, #16 Psycho May flies, #16 pheasant tails, and #18 red copper John’s have been producing nice fish. In the afternoon you will find baetis hatching, and Mahogany duns. #14 grey rocky mountain mint’s and #16 split wing Blue wing’s have been our dries of choice. The Big Hole River Flow still remain above average for this time of year.
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