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August 04, 2007

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Tricos and Terrestrials on SW Wisconsin Spring Creeks

Although we are in warm summer conditions, the cooler nights and rainy days have kept the Trico hatch going well on many of our creeks.  Trout are also feeding on terrestrials (ants, crickets, hoppers etc) during the cloudy mornings and moving back under the banks when the sun gets too bright.
  Bring along a thermometer to check water temperatures.  Good fishing is usually limited to the mornings when the waters have had an entire night to cool down.
  Also, remember that this is prime mousing time!  Tossing a big fly at night can bring some monsters out of hiding.


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