September 28th Fishing Report

Sunny, with a high near 57. Northeast wind 3 to 6 mph.
 Thankfully the wind has died down!  Creeks are low and clear with excellent temperatures all around.  The low and clear water and the bright sun means fish are extremely spooky.  Focus on the broken water in the riffles and thigh deep runs to find the most active trout right now.  Early morning is slow with the chilly temperatures forcing us subsurface to find willing fish.  A scud or pink squirrel or even a leech twitched below the riffles will get some trout to eat.  Terrestrials and attractor bugs as indicators with bead heads below is still the most effective way to fish mid day.  Later on in the day we are seeing some olives hatching.  If fish are rising tie on a klinkhammer adams or pearl butt secret (emerger pattern)

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