03-08-2010, 02:19 PM
Re: Easy flies for Idaho spring?
Pokie. Been there a few times.
The area your in has more tiny lakes and ponds than our National Deficit has 'zero's'. Ok, maybe not quite that many. lol!
Are you familiar with Twin Lakes, or Condie?
Chesterfield is on the rebound and doing very well from what I hear. It once had some HUGE Browns in it.
I think Hare's ear Nymphs, Prince Nymphs, PT Nymphs, Damsel Fly Nymphs, or Soft Hackle wets will catch a ton of fysh in these waters. Once the warmer season gets here don't forget your dry damsel imitations. The Calibaetis hatches can be epic so the Adam's you mentioned is a must have fly. I like them in a para pattern, usually #12-16.
*Comments posted above are only my opinion. I may be right....eh, I'm probably wrong. Take 'em for what they're worth.*