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The summer lull is over and fall fishing is here with the rivers fishing great and getting better every day. The main reason for this is due to the cooler, longer nights progressing into shorter, fishier days. Look for cloudy days to be the best and keep an eye on bug activity as there can be a real smorgasboard out there for the fish to key on. The Tricos and Psuedoclones (Micro Blue wing olive) will start the day off and the appearance of larger blue wings, mahogany duns, different sized caddis can happen at any time during the day...
Author Shelly Walchak is sharing slides and stories from her year spent fly-fishing a new river each week for 52 weeks. See her at Bud Werner Memorial Library- this Tuesday the 27th at 7:00pm.
The Yampa River is receiving additional daily water releases from Stagecoach Reservoir for the next few weeks. Brett noted that the release of water has enabled the river's fish to be more active and he recommends casting a line near the Sarvis Creek area. Also, we can thank the low night-time temperatures for keeping the river cooler, allowing us to fish into the afternoon instead of just in the morning.