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Old 09-22-2013, 07:33 AM
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...left in the Minnesota and Wisconsin trout seasons. I was out a bit recently: some tricos, some baetis, some ephorons in the evening. Standard nymph patterns are working well.

If the weather warms up enough during the day, the terrestrials have been great. It's 44 degrees in the Driftless right now, so it often takes into the PM hours for the terrestrials to get warmed up and active.

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Enjoy the last few days of the season.
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Nice looking Brown Trout, congrats! Enjoy the fishing for the next week while the season is still open.
Most of the water out here in Wyoming doesn't really have a season for fishing as it is open year around, so it is more of a matter of braving the cold wx and whether or not the water is still flowing, but even then we have a few tailwater options to choose from.

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