Wildwood Outfitters Blog and Fishing Report
Most of summer is dominated by dry-dropper setups, and our last few trips were no exception. A combination of terrestrials on top down attractors and midge patterns were the ticket, along with the odd trico mixed in. In the days following rain events, fish were actively feeding in faster riffles, and when the water dropped trout were located primarily in the deeper holes. Our trips had early start times (VERY early, as our anglers can attest!) to get a majority of the fishing in during the cooler morning hours, so we could be off the water once the sun got high and warmed the streams.
Even though our trout trips are over for the summer, we're immediately thinking about steelhead in the fall and winter! These fish are a step up in difficulty compared to trout, but they're well worth the effort and the reward of getting one in the net is unforgettable!
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