Blackfoot River Fishing Report – 3/13

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The Blackfoot is still very cold. You'll want to avoid this one for a
little while longer until there's a bit more spring upon us.If you're 
so inclined, hit 'em with deep nymph rigs using the usual patterns such 
as dark bodied double beaded stones, San Juan worms, micro stones, pat's 
rubber legs, small black streamers and pheasant tails. The winter stones 
are out and the nemouras are going to start popping soon. When they do, 
the fish will be eagerly looking up for them. Small dark stimulators, bugmeisters 
and madam-Xs in sizes 16 and 14 will work for the small stones on top. Our regular
fishing reports begin on March 15th.

HATCHES: Midges, capnias, BWOs


PATTERNS: Red or pink San Jaun worms in tandem with size 12 or 14 squirrel tail nymphs. Size 16 or 18 para mayfly stuff

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: You know we’ll refill your Kingfisher label gink bottles for a buck dontcha?