Re: Lower Mountain Fork
Fly fishing can be tough at times and then it can be really good. I use a small white jig I tie for starters and if it catches fish I keep using it. I was turning over rocks last sunday and found some mayfly nymphs that looked about a size 16. You could stop in at Beaversbend flyshop and see Sid for some fly advice or Go to Three rivers fly shop on Highway 259. Pheasanttail nymphs, midges are a few I would try. Most fish will be taken fishing subsurface. I think blue wing olives and sulfur mayflys are year around on LMF, also try googling "hatch charts", "LMF hatch charts", I've seen some but can't recall where right now.