Spring is finally coming. We have started to see the snow melt and the lakes begin to free themselves of ice following a long and snowy winter.
Our guides have been fishing lower elevation rivers with some promising results. Bull Trout are being caught on a regular basis and some are a very good size (3-4 pounds). There are only a few salmon fry scurrying about in the shallows, but once the fry are abundant the fishing will get better and better. The steelhead run should continue and strengthen as the water warms. Fishing for Bull Trout and Steelhead will be available until sometime later this month or early in May before the rivers blow out and become too high and dirty to fish.
Lake fishing will begin this month as lower elevation waters become ice free. This can be some of the best fishing of the season for Rainbow and Cutthroat Trout. The fish are hungry after a long winter of little to no feeding. The first really warm days of springtime will see the flying ant hatch and a frenzy of trout feeding on the surface for those bugs.
This is a good time to hone your fly fishing skills or a good time to learn how to fly fish. Our guides are patient and experienced teachers. Let us help you get a good start on the season.
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