Pierce County 4.7.17

I fished a new-to-me section of an area stream today from about 3:00 to 5:30pm. The whole outing I used a Euro pheasant tail with a black zebra midge, and caught about a dozen browns with about half on each fly. There was also pretty consistent rising to BWOs throughout the afternoon, but I never switched it up and stuck with the nymph rig. It’s always fun to explore some new water, and I’ll probably be doing the same tomorrow as I’m sure all the regular spots will be packed!

This butterbelly was the biggest of the day, probably around 13″.

 

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