It's August, which means the stonefly, mayfly, and caddis hatches of early summer have passed us by. While things seem to be quiet on the river, the fly fishing is as good as it gets here in the west. Some of our best days of the year happen in mid to late August when flows are low, rivers are clear, and the hatches are thin. Here are a few helpful tips to keep the bite alive when the dog days of summer set in?
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