As the temperature has started to fall, along with the leaves changing,The Brown Trout are becoming extra active in preparation for their fall spawn. The last few weeks have proven this fact. On multiple personal fishing trips and on multiple guiding trips I have seen an increase in the number of big and small size Browns. Whether nymphing or throwing streamers it hasn’t seemed to matter. The browns and rainbows both are very aggressive eating very steadily throughout the days.
However as the month progresses and the water temps fall, that aggressiveness will also. So before the icy conditions happen get out there and try your luck at some amazing fishing.
Nymphs: leaches, crawfish, worms, baetis.
Streamers: Small olive/ black/ white Buggers, Sparkle minnow, Bow River Buggers