Fishing update: June 28, 2017
by Eric Oram, Two Rivers Emporium
June 28, 2017
The flows are just under 3,000 and holding steady for the last few days. The water is clearing every day and boats have been out. Fishing is still better the higher up go up on the river. Nymphing is the best bet. Big drys and droppers are working well. Streamer fishing is spotty, but producing some big fish.
New Fork River:
The New Fork is fishing good- not great but good. Dry fly season starting on the upper sections, but the water is still very big! Make sure you call the shop for current info on the bridges, put ins and access. These factors are limiting the floating options. Visibility is about 4 feet below the East Fork confluence. Look for the next week to really be able to float sections of this river. Drakes are out and the fish are just starting to look up.
Soda- fishing good. Leeches and scuds and working on a sinking line. Dry fly fishing in the evenings with a caddie or midge pattern