Fishing the transition of the season successfully must start with a different set of expectations. The prolific summer hatches are mostly over. And the fall runners have yet to make their way up the river.
In this episode, we discuss the space between summer and fall, which is September and early October. The two other transitional months are March (between winter and spring) and June (between spring and summer).
And ways to make your days on the river more productive.
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