Crowsnest River

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Crowsnest River Report - August 24, 2015

The Crowsnest is low and clear, currently running at about 3 cms. Mornings and evening offer the best fishing with hoppers and ants.

The St. Mary River and its tributaries remain closed to fishing until further notice.

We recommend that anglers play fish as quickly as possible, not taking the fish out of the water. Until things cool down a little please skip that fish photo and get them back on their way.

Hatches: Hoppers, Ants, Beetles

Dries: Morrish Hopper, More-Or-Less Hopper-Tan, Two-Tone Para Ant,
Fire Beetle

Nymphs: Tung Dart, Tung Stud-Olive, B/H R/L Hare's Ear

Streamers: Medusa-Fleshy, Circus Peanut-Tan,
Conehead Rubberleg Bow River Bugger-Black.

High Country River Report - August 24, 2015

All streams have reopened (except St. Mary and its tributaries) as of Friday, August 21. Hopefully the stream that remained open see a few less people and get a little reprieve from the hordes.

We recommend that anglers play fish as quickly as possible, not taking the fish out of the water. Until things cool down a little please skip that fish photo and get them back on their way.

Hatches: Green Drakes, Hoppers, Ants

Dries: Berrett's Emerging Green Drake, Morrish Hopper, Mongo Hopper, Two-Tone Para Ant, Fire Beetle

Nymphs: B/H Pheasant Tail, B/H R/L Hares Ear, Rubberleg Copper John

Streamers: Sleech-Pink, Circus Peanut-Tan, Medusa-Fleshy

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Cooler nights this week.

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