St. Joe River

Tip of the week 
Techniques 

Big dries with a dropper, streamer fishing, or double nymph rigs will get you going. High water in June is really fun. Fish will be in faster current so the bigger flies can get them up to the top. In the afternoons switching to another smaller dry behind your big on can be great especially in some of the lower flats.

Seven-day forecast 

On the verge. Still high at Red Ives and the water thru the canyon is moving pretty quick, but it is a good problem to have since high water in June means excellent water for July!

Conditions 
Must Have Flies 
Conehead Rubber Bugger Olive, black, brown, 4-8 Buy from Orvis.com
Hairwing Western Green Drake green 10-12 Buy from Orvis.com
Stimulator olive, yellow, orang 10-14 Buy from Orvis.com
Tunghead Prince peacock, purple 14-18 Buy from Orvis.com
Gee's Supafly Stone Dry salmon, goldenstone 6-8 Buy from Orvis.com
Jingler olive, tan 12-16 Buy from Orvis.com
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