HATCHES : Tricos and Terrestrials
Water is low, clear and warm. We have had a few cooler nights that have helped water temps out a bit, but please use your thermometer and do not fish anything over 65 degrees.
The mornings are showing us some nice trico spinner falls that have fish rising until about 9 a.m. After that, on the cooler streams, fish are eating terrestrials very well, especially beetles. Tying a thin bodied dropper below, or nymphing with a midge larvae or pheasant tail has been very effective as well.
Mice have been lots of fun at night!