for August 26, 2001
In the high country of the Wind River Mountains, small green Hoppers, Beetles and Ants are great for the streams and inlets and outlets. Calliabaties are hatching on the lakes in the late afternoons and evenings; Parachute Adams will work great for this hatch. Small streamer patterns like Woolly Buggers in an assortment of colors are great in the lakes when the fish are not feeding on the surface. An intermediate sinking tip will work for getting that streamer down to bigger fish.
All of the lower drive to lakes is starting to turn on again. With the cooler nights we are having, the water temperature has dropped and fish are feeding on or near the surface. The farther we get into September, the better they will be.
a Trout was meant to be caught more than once.
This report will be updated as often as the bugs change, so we change it weekly throughout the summer months.
P.S. If you have a good fish story, or any questions on fly fishing, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I always like to hear about the big one that got away!
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