Super small white Mayflies and midges are abundan

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We are looking at a good storm tomorrow and into Saturday Morning and this should have the insects coming off and the Rainbows lined up in the flats. Super small white Mayflies and midges are abundant, this storm should have the Blue Wing Olives hatching in force. Tricos should continue for a while. The Callibaetis are small right now, Bring size #18 &20 for the Callibaetis, and #16 or smaller for the PMDs. Nymph-wise, if you are fishing the flats, the BP Weiss nymph, X-Mays in #18, or Sweet Peas are great to have along with some Peaches n' Cream and Zallibaetis. Fishing those under a small indicator or swung and stripped can get fish. The north sections below the 299 bridge are great places to swing cinnamon Poopahs or Soft Hackles in the evenings.

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