We’re looking at 50-60 degree weather for the next week. It should be good fall fishing on Rock Creek. Some bigger fish have started to show up on the lower end, so don’t forget your streamer box. We have been having luck with mojo minnows, aztec buggers, mini sex dungeons, and sculpzillas. Mahoganies and October caddis have been the main hatches. Baetis are out, but the fish have been preferring the mahoganies and October caddis. For sub surface patterns use big green machines, pheasant tails, Pat’s rubber legs, San Juan Worms, caddis pupae, double beaded stones and batman nymphs.
A Review of the Winston Fly Rod
For more info on the Winston Nexus Fly Rod