February 25th Fishing ReportCloudy, with a high near 37. Northeast wind 13 to 15 mph.
No snow, no cold, no worries!
Fishing has been fantastic the past few days with fish eating on the surface mid day, pounding nymphs early on, and switching to leeches in the afternoon and sometimes into the evening.
Midges and winter stoneflies are hatching at the warmest part of the day, typically around lunch time. They are still fussy and you have to get a darn near perfect drift, but they will eat.
Otherwise, drifting thin bodied and heavy nymphs subsurface is key. Focus on the spots below riffles as fish are in the runs feeding on hatching bugs until tomorrow when things cool down.