Posted on June 27 2019
Summer weather seems to be settling upon us. Water temps are still on the low side in the 58-62 degree range. Hendricksons and March Browns are on their way out but the fish will still be looking for flies that look like them. There are plenty of caddis in the air but I have not seen any stoneflies yet. Stones will be the next major hatch on the Rapid and Magalloway and adds much excitement to the dry fly action. It would be smart to use stonefly nymphs pre hatch while nymphing. After 1 1/4 inches of rain last week the Kennebago should have a run of fresh Salmon up it. It would be great to add another river to the water we can fish. Some of the roads have been graded and fixed up. The bugs are still pretty bad so be prepared. The flow levels on the rivers are all at good levels and the next week is not predicted to see warm night time temps which can really send the water temps up. See you on the water.