Fishing conditions change

13th August, 2015 by

By Chris Freud

Late summer can be both a blessing and a curse for fly fishermen in the Rocky Mountains. The water is low and clear which makes trout easier to find, but a little spooky. The big hatches have tapered off but trout are still willing to rise to terrestrials like ants and hoppers. The weather is usually warm and predictable but afternoons often bring wind or the occasional thunderstorm. Finally, the trout are fat and happy and perhaps not quite as aggressive as they were a month ago but as summer winds down they continue to feed regularly in anticipation of …

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