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Daily Report

March 20 2019

Wednesday was the first official day of spring and it was great weather to be on the water. We had calm conditions with blue skies, plenty of sunshine and the temperature reached into the 50's. The weather and water have been stable over the last couple of days and it's nice to see anglers getting out and taking advantage of the conditions. Anglers staying in the motel and stopping into the shop reported getting into fish in the Lower Fly Zone, Wire Hole, Ellis Cove, Trestle Pool, Pineville and the DSR. Fly anglers have had the most success dead drifting with nymphs and woolly buggers or indicator with egg patterns.  The most productive patterns have been black stones, wiggles stones, steelhead stones, woolly buggers, infected pheasant tails, squirmy worms, sucker spawn, estaz eggs and glo-bugs. For those anglers who are float fishing or bottom bouncing, egg sacs in blue, pink, chart, beads and pink worms have all produced steady results.
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