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Old 08-14-2012, 01:18 PM
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Default Re: ? Flies work Montana Creek in Late Sept?

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I wonder if there are any Stoneflies active around 1 October?
Maybe some tiny blackies or greenies, but nothing that will make much difference to the fish. Just tie your favorite attractors, bring the nymphs and streamers. You'll be fine!
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Hey jim,

I would say we have hoppers until that first cold snap. You'll still see a few hardy buggers crawling around but not as many as there once was after that.

With that said there calling for another warmer winter so they may last until October, they might not. Its all up to mother nature.
By choice I'm out that way late again this year in the last week of September and the first week of October. Usually by then the crowds have thinned out quite a bit and the weather is nothing short of glorious in those early Fall days.
OK maybe the fishing isn't as good as a month or two earlier, and looks like it's more about nymphs than anything else, but to be out there that time of year in that country is worth the tradeoff for me.
Thanks for the info fellas !
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