April 17th Fishing ReportA chance of sprinkles after 2pm. Partly sunny, with a high near 47. West wind 5 to 10 mph.
While fishing has been ok, it is not where it should be this time of year in terms of hatches and fish activity. This is mostly due to the cold front that has been on us the past few days. A few degrees warmer and things should change dramatically with caddis hatching alongside of the olives and midges.
Lately, the hatches have been near dusk. As things warm look for rising fish in the afternoon when caddis start their hatching.
Subsurface fishing is still solid on pretty much anything as long as it is slowly drifted through the runs and pools.