After runoff subsides we start seeing more people on our rivers, streams and lakes. Crowds are the bane of many anglers, but luckily there are some tricks for those seeking solitude on the water.
First, there is a reason we see so many people plying the water here in the summertime ó excellent hatches and eager fish. As many of you know, you donít need a mile to yourself on the Fryingpan to effectively fish the green drake and pale morning dun hatches. Fish on the Fryingpan are selective but not spooky, as we have all had beautiful trout sharking around our feet from time to time up there. Try fishing late ó youíll be pleasantly surprised to find hardly anyone around late into the afternoon!
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