Fishing Forecast September 26th – October 3rd

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Classic fall weather is in the forecast as well as classic fall fishing. The mornings will be crisp with lows in the 20s and the high temps will reach the low 70s most of the week. You will also notice that they average water temperatures have dropped to toe numbing levels.  For anglers this means there is no reason to get out too early. If you do go early, wear some layers that you can peel off as the day warms up. As for the fish and the bugs, they will wait until the air temp hits about 50 and … Read More

Fishing Forecast September 19th – 26th

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There is nothing finer than spending the days leading up to and beyond the Autumnal Equinox than fly fishing the rivers of the Sun Valley region. Add to that the opportunity to view the full line of rifles, shotguns and handguns in the Beretta Mobile Showroom at our downtown store while eating sliders and sipping complementary cold beverages, and you have a recipe to make the first official day of fall the best day of the year. While we have been enjoying some fall like conditions already with cool mornings and a few cloudy days, as we officially transition into … Read More

Fishing Forecast September 12th – 19th, 2012

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Few individuals are as keenly aware of the changes of season as the angler…and the fall is one of the angler’s most revered seasons. From the subtle changes in air and water temperature which shift hatches back to the middle of the day like a moveable feast, to trout feeding with urgency upon the fall insects as the days grow ever shorter with the approach of winter, the angler bears witness to all these changes with great anticipation. Anglers fishing our waters can expect classic September conditions. Temperatures are going to be bouncing from highs in the 50s to the … Read More

Fishing Forecast September 5th – 12th

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September is a special time on our local fisheries. The morning air is crisp and anglers will want to don a light jacket to stave off the chill. By midday and into the afternoon, anglers will wish to shed their jacket and may consider wet wading one last time to stay comfortable during the warmest part of the day. A few yellow leaves can be seen floating in the current when the wind blows along with hoppers and flying ants. The small patches of yellow and red foliage will begin to spread as the fall colors lead to their peak … Read More