As we steam ahead to winter, there are a few things anglers need to keep in mind to remain effective and, more importantly, fish ethically while on the water. Fall brings lower flows and changes in insect hatches. We are still seeing a few random green drakes on the Fryingpan and even a few pale morning duns on the Pan as well as the lower Fork and Colorado Rivers, but these “summer” hatches are fading fast. Now we will see a resurgence of blue winged olives and midges valley-wide.
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