254: Fishing the Transition of the Season

Fishing the transition of the season starts 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 how to think about fishing the seasonal transition, which is September. And ways to make your days on the river more productive.

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One Reply to “254: Fishing the Transition of the Season”

  1. Greetings and Cheers . Yes yes yes the transition from the God awefull heat and crowded streams to the more mild temperatures and fewer crowds of September. My favorite time of year to be on the stream. Soon brisk mornings the October caddis and streamers . The forrest becomes magnificent with color and the stream temperatures cooling down making it safer to play the fish . listen in the distance the bugle of the bull elk . Even the ride home seems to be a little better. Food taste better in fall . Especially them big juicy burgers ..then the crackle of the woodstove. Best time of year by far .

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