On the Fly column: Time to get used to dry fly fishing
Credit: Scott Spooner, Post Independent
What a difference a week makes. While we are all trying to adjust to an hour’s less sleep, fish in the Roaring Fork and Colorado Rivers are making the adjustment to looking up and eating dry flies. Strong emergences of midges are commonplace now instead of sporadic. We have been seeing midges from one to three o’clock, a few blue wings from two to four o’clock, and a resurgence of midge activity from six until dark.
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