Nymph fishing below an indicator will get the job done, but keep on eye out on warmer days for fish rising to midges in the slow water and edges. Your favorite attractor (rubber legs, prince nymph, eggs or worms) followed by a midge nymph or emerger should put fish in the net!
When daytime temperatures hit the mid 20's, or above, the fishing should be good!
|Rojo Midge||Red, Black||18, 20||Buy from Orvis.com|
|Lynch's Double Dot Egg||Orange||14||Buy from Orvis.com|
|Micro Egg||Chartruse||14||Buy from Orvis.com|
|Lightning Bug||silver, red, gold||16, 18||Buy from Orvis.com|
|Tunghead Stonefly||Brown, Golden||10||Buy from Orvis.com|
|Fly Formerly Known As Prince||16, 18||Buy from Orvis.com|