February 14 2021
Saturday was another cold day with the early morning temperature near zero and struggling to reach into the mid teens for the afternoon high. Over the last couple of days slush ice has been a factor in the mid to lower end of the river. In the upper end of the river slush ice has not been a factor and anglers have been fishing between Altmar and Pineville. The Lower Fly Zone has been getting the most fishing pressure on a daily basis, but is also producing the most action. Anglers have been having success indicator fishing with pale colored single egg patterns or dead drifting with nymphs.
Monday - Saturday; 7:00AM - 6:00PM.
Sunday; 7:00AM - 5:00PM.
STREAMERS: Beadhead woolly buggers in, black, olive, brown, white, peacock, grizzly, size 8. Egg sucking leeches in black, purple, size 6. Chicken little in pink, orange, chart, size 8.
EGG PATTERNS: Steak-n-eggs in orange, pink, size 10. Steelie omelet in chart, cerise, peach, size 10. Estaz eggs in chart, pink, blue, orange, white, purple, size 10. Glo-bugs in pink, blue, oregon cheese, red, orange, size 10. Sucker spawn in cream, white, chart, pink, blue, orange, size 8.
NYMPHS: Rusher nymphs in pink, blue, purple, chart, size 10, Steelhead hammer in red, orange, chart, blue, pink, purple, size 10. Pheasant tails size 10, Prince Nymph size 10, Beadhead stoneflies in black, brown, golden, size 10. Copper John in green, gold, black, red, size 10. Hare's ear in black, natural, size 10. Rubber legged stones in black, brown, size 10.