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Date 13-Jan-16
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Conditions : Madison River: There is about 3 feet of snow along the river. BWO nymphs, soft hackles, caddis nymphs, midge larva and emergers as well as eggs should all be in the fly box. Switch through these while trailing behind a good sized stonefly. The Upper is a very thin river in the winter, search for the holes and deeper runs. More than one fish will be sharing this water. More midge hatches should happen with the coming warm weather. They have been small enough that you may need to use a fly as an indicator, we're talking size 18 to 22 midges. If you want to try some streamer fishing it's time to let the fly swing slowly with almost no stripping. The fish aren't going to want to move to much to eat. Get out soon if you can, next week is going to be cold and more ice is going to start to build.

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