Monday, May 21, 2012
Low snowpack and little to no prediction of measurable runoff is providing some excellent May fishing, when traditionally the water is chocolate milk and running over 1500 cfs. In addition to the low water, the abundant bug life is blossoming early. Mornings traditionally Start off with midges, as the last few Baetis waste away, making way for the latest summer sightings Of caddis, yellow sallies, our first couple golden stones and yes, a few pmd's. This sure makes you pack a number of fly boxes on the boat. Day 4 continues tomorrow, more to come.