Guiding Season

May - good nymph fishing with some very good to excellent dry fly fishing later in the month. Dark hendrickson and caddis usually hatch during the last two weeks.

June - after runoff, streamers, nymphs and dry fly fishing all produce fish. Caddis are joined by pale morning duns for the dry fly angler.

July - pale morning duns, caddis, tricos and later in the month, grasshoppers entertain the dry fly crowd - nymphing and streamers continue to be productive.

August - tricos, hoppers and blue winged olives are around for dry fly - nymphing and streamers still produce well.

September/October - tricos, bwo's and some hopper activity - nymphs and streamers are very productive as fish put on winter fat.


Wild Roses mean the Golden Stones must be out