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Looks like a good week to come fish the MO! Temperatures are pretty consistent with highs ranging in the 50's-60's and lows in the 30's-40's.
Hot. Mayflies will show up in the late morning to early afternoon.
Generation is low right now allowing for plenty of wading opportunities. That will probably be the norm over the next few weeks.
Expect rain and chilly days with temps in the high 40s and low 50s for early part of week.
Rain from Mathew will add to the cloudy water and low salinity. But the fishing will remain good.
WITH COOLING TEMPERATURES THIS WEEK, LOOK TO SINGLE OR DOUBLE NYMPH. WATER LEVELS ARE ON THE LOW SIDE AND FISH ARE ULTRA-WARY.
Fall catch and release begins Oct. 1. Dry fly action in the afternoons. Best trips now are float trips. Nymph fishing in the morning and dries...
A little more water in the river this eek is due to NYC using Pepacton reservior to partly meet the downriver minimum flow targets. Cold weather...
Weather looks good.
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