It doesn’t get much better than this!
Clouds, Clouds, Clouds! And rain we have had. We are so thankful after a dry winter and no predictions for rain. So much for predictions and the great thing is that the rain has not hurt the fishing, in fact, may have made it better. Fish don’t like bright sun and the cooler days have kept the water cooler – a good combination for good fishing. So whether on Big Blue or Cebolla you can inhale the clean mountain air, love the surrounding beauty, and catch a fish.
Current Fishing and Weather Conditions
In dry fly fishing, the take of the fly is seen, not felt. Thus watching the fly is imperative, so follow these suggestions to keep the fly visible to you. !. wear polarized sunglasses. 2. use flies with white or light colored wings 3. position yourself with the sun behind you 4. watch for the fly as it falls to the water. Keep your eye on the fly. One note: there are light conditions in which are dark fly may be more visible.
Great Summer Fishing
Caught on Big Blue Creek on one of Dan’s Humpys, the long time favorite fly for the little meandering stream that we call “Big Blue”. Caught by Katy Setzer.