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Caddis & More Caddis.

Can you say dry flys? Mike T. from Mt. Home and our current Prez of the NAFF was quick to say yes and it paid off pretty good for him.  Five brown trout for the morning with four of them on caddis dry flies and a bunch of bows to boot.

Mike was rigged with with a 14 sulpher and an elk hair caddis on the end.  At times he was getting takes on just about every cast.  The “hatch” would last for 10 or 15 minutes then slow down and did so for a couple of hours until the cloud cover shut off the sun and the hatch.  We got an early start on the morning with the first fly in the water by 7:10 AM and headed to our spot to fish.  It started out slow with no fish until 7:30 am.

Book your fishing adventure today by calling Jimmy T. at 870-404-8906

My apologies for a lack of reports as I’ve been a bit under the weather and am about back to normal and should be at 100% in a few more days.

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By JimTraylor

I have 25 years experience guiding on the White River and have taught 100's of folks how to fly fish. I welcome newcomers. My casting instruction technique is simple, gentle, easy going and highly productive. All trips are catch and release only.

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