Fishing Outlook & Conditions
Glacier Anglers's Tip of the Week
The water temps have stabilized with the recent cooler weather to below 60 degrees. Still always keep fish in the water and keep handling to a minimum. River levels are dropping again rapidly . Good action on attractors ants and beatles. slow early wait until it warms up. If you find fish work the water as they are starting to bunch up
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5-Day Outlook as of 9/21/23
Outside temperatures are going to stay in the mid to low 60s. with lows near 40. We are expecting stable weather through the week. It feels like fall is creeping in! Caddis are still around with good hatches later in the day and the terrestrials are abundant as temps warm up mid day.
Techniques & Tips as of 9/21/23
Purple Chubby patterns and flashy prince nymphs as indicators. Downsize to a Purple Haze Ant pattern and beetles are producing well.
Local Species Available April-November
|Patriot Dry Fly||N/A||12-16|
|Adam's Purple Parachute||purple||12-16|
|Travis Para Ant||black||12|
Patriot Dry Fly
This hackle dry fly is ideal for fishing hatches on rivers and ponds.
Super Strong Plus Leaders
SuperStrong Plus Tippet in 30- and 100-meter spools
Best Fly Fishing Rod:
5-Weight 9' Fly Rod
Best Floating Fly Line:
WF Trout Fly Line
Best Sinking Fly Line:
Clear Sink Tip Fly Line