Fishing Outlook & Conditions
Glacier Anglers's Tip of the Week
Water levels went up after the much needed rain. The skies have been clearer of smoke and the temps dropped down. The fish are back on the bite and waiting for a fly to be presented. Tandem flies are working well now.
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5-Day Outlook as of 9/21/21
Look for fish breaking the surface and holding in deeper slots and pools. Best fishing morning & afternoon.
Techniques & Tips as of 9/21/21
If you’re heading out bring some dry flies (chubbies), hoppers, streamers, rubberlegs, prince nymphs, pheasant-tail jigs etc for subsurface offerings
Current Conditions as of 9/21/21Look for fish breaking the surface and holding in deeper slots and pools. Best fishing morning & afternoon.
Local Species Available April-November
|Hairwing Western Green Drake||Natural||8|
|Pale Morning Dun Thorax||peacock||12|
|Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear Wet||natural||16|
Hairwing Western Green Drake
Rough water demands this high-floating Green Drake mayfly pattern.
Super Strong Plus Leaders
SuperStrong Plus Tippet in 30- and 100-meter spools
Best Fly Fishing Rod:
4-Weight 9' Fly Rod
Best Floating Fly Line:
WF Trout Fly Line
Best Sinking Fly Line:
Clear Sink Tip Fly Line