Posted on June 12 2020
We are getting into the heart of early summer fishing season here. River flow levels are normal to low. Water temps are in the mid to high 50's. The caddis are hatching in large numbers while the mayflies are slowing down in some places. Nymphing is still what I have been doing during the day,dry fly activity is better during the morning and evening. I saw lots of cased caddis crawling on the rocks today so they are getting ready to hatch. The freestones should start to fish using small dries on top and small buggers or golden retrievers subsurface. The caddis this time of year are green in color. Good fly matches would be electric caddis and green rock worm for nymphs and Henryville special on top. Keep an eye out for minor food sources like dragonfly nymphs,ants and crayfish.