Won't be long now

It's been a cold, tough winter here in Southwest Montana, but that doesn't mean there aren't fish to be caught. March is here, and that means the blue wings will start making there appearance. Get out on those days when the sun is out and the temps are above freezing and start throwing small bwo nymphs and other standard winter nymphs. It's only gonna get better.

Bugs to try:

Nymphs:

Pheasant tail: 16-18
Pandemic may: 16-18
Zebra midge: 16-20
Hot Head Sow Bug: 14-18
Purple Lightning Bug: 16-18
Pink Ray Charles: 16-18

Dries:

Extendo para BWO: 16-18
Griffith's gnat: 16-20