Can you believe it’s almost June?!
This seemed to happen too quickly this year. Even though it feels as though we are travelling through a time portal, there have been no complaints in regards to the quality of the 2020 stillwater fly fishing season thus far.
Some amazing chironomid fishing, fairly cool weather for the most part, and plenty of days in which the bobber seemed to spend more time under the water than above it.
As we transition into June…
There are a few things to keep in mind! In this episode of the Interior Fly Fishing Co. Podcast, we discuss the following:
- The fact that a multitude of emergences have the potential to occur, and the importance of being prepared.
- Emergences can actually overlap, in which you can see chironomids, mayflies, damsels, dragons, and even caddis all take place in the span of a day
- Don’t just judge water temp by what your sounder is reading as surface temperature as this can fluctuate with varying air temps
- Seek high elevation lakes during warm spells
- Fish will often swim happily, dispersed throughout the water column as the water warms and emergences strengthen
Find the latest episode of the Interior Fly Fishing Co. Podcast below, and enjoy your weekend!