Spring Creeks, August, 2019

The Paradise Valley Spring Creeks fishing report

Tuesday, August 20, 2019
The Paradise Valley Spring Creeks continue to fish well. Caddis hatches will be the most abundant later on in the day with some cloud cover. Terrestrials like an ant or beetle have been working well along with smaller attractor patterns like a trude or small stimulator. If dry fly fishing is slow try swinging a soft hackle in the faster ripples.

The Paradise Valley Spring Creeks fishing report

Friday, August 9, 2019
The Paradise Valley Spring Creeks continue to fish well this time of year. We're seeing caddis along with ants & beetles. Small attractor patterns like a trude or royal wulff have been working as well. Early and late in the day are going to be the best times for the dry fly activity as mid-day has been very hot. Be sure to check for available slots

The Paradise Valley Spring Creeks fishing report

Thursday, August 1, 2019
The Paradise Valley Spring Creeks continue to fish well this time of year. We're still seeing PMD's along with ants, beetles, and small attractor dry flies. Early and late in the day has provided for the best and most consistent fishing as mid-day has been hot. Nymphing has been great throughout the day with midges and small mayfly nymphs.
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