Pierce County 3.25.17

Aric and I fished a smaller area stream yesterday afternoon from about 1:00 to 6:30pm. We fished a variety of nymphs with a zebra midge dropper, but the top performer was the Euro pheasant tail with a pink hot spot. The zebra midge caught its fair share as well. We caught about 40 fish between us, with quite a few over 12″ and one around 15-16″.

I caught one around 13″ on a streamer as well.

There was a good number of BWOs on the surface from about 2:00-4:00, with plenty of fish rising to them, but we stuck to fishing subsurface.

Overall, a great day on the water that gets us even more excited for spring!

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