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Last Summer report
Not much new to report. The river continues to fish well, though I wouldn't say it is on fire. The warmer water temps have some different bugs hatching, and that is very nice to see. Yellow Sallies have been hatching sporadically for the past week, and a stimulator in a size 10-12 does the trick for those stonefly-sucking trout.
BWOs, Isonychias, and terrestrials are all catching fish on the surface. Even of you don't find any fish rising, a dark colored parachute (for the Iso) worked thoroughly over a nice run, glide, crease, or any other bit of tasty dryfly water will bring fish to the surface.
It's back to school for me (though I'll be on the other side of the desk this time), so reports will be getting sparse. We'll continue to post them as we get out on the river.
Until then, have fun, be safe, catch some fish, and put them back.
--the guys at Laurel Highlands Guide Services
Posted on: 2008/8/20 19:12
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