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By ScottP
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Nymph fishing is a noble pursuit but it’s time to see what dries have to offer so I head to a place (not THAT PLACE) where skwalas should be out and about, maybe a March Brown or two, and it won’t cost me more that a quarter tank of gas.

They’re calling for showers/thunderstorms but what do they know (a lot, as it turns out)

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The rain we’ve been getting the past couple days frosted the tops over here

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Supposed to be decent; may have to bring the kayak over here some time

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This will be legal in 10 days and there are some nice fish up in this stretch

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Spot a dozen of these

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No elk today but lots of deer

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This is where things get interesting

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Water is up and chilly but clear; they may not be looking up right away, but patience is a virtue, yes?

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Not much happening early on but the sun pops in and out between showers/thunderstorms and warms things up a bit. Bugs get active (sorry for the blurry pic but the little shit wouldn’t hold still for a decent pic)

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The window opens up

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And foam is back on the menu

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It stays relatively busy for about an hour; not tight to the bank but definitely in the softer stuff

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And then it shuts down. March Browns come out but no one seems interested; give it another week and things should pick up. Give it 10 days and the big bugs may be out.

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Pretty spread

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Pretty clouds

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Pretty much done

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