Number 9, Number 9, Number 9, Well got out today to fish before the rains come. We chose a new stretch of stream on a fairly familiar freestone stream. We started fishing around 930 am and the night cold was still about. The fishing was slow up to 11am, when some clouds started rolling in and the air warmed. The fish where very ravenous once the water warmed up to 42F. Midges where hatching as well as E.B.S. The fish where on the rise occasionally but my friend and I know the better fish dont rise for E.B.S.. They pick off the nymphs as they make there way to banks or in stream obstructions that are sticking out.
My friend Josh was fishing a black bow tie buzzer that I gave him from some fly swap i was in. It worked like magic today, beating out the oldie he had in lead. My fish all came on the U.V. high test hares ear with a black wing case. It was enjoyable couple of hours for sure as we did catch way "more than four" Caught a couple of really nice size wild browns, a wild brook, and we even came across a painted turtle.