I've been on the river for the past week, and it is starting to fire on all cylinders. Great hatches are coming off on days where there is prolonged sunlight, and big fish are shuffling around looking for caddis. And when they shuffle, they get dumb. I guided a couple guys from the northeast this past week for four days. Pat and Andrew have been on the search for a place to fish in March, while their rivers are still too cold to fish. They have found the place. We boated literally hundreds of fish over the four days, and several healthy browns.
We fished the White and Norfork for two days each, with both rivers providing awesome fishing. It sure is nice to have both of these options for anglers, but it is even better when both of them are on fire. If you are looking for a way to get started fly fishing, or looking to further your knowledge of the caddis hatch on these rivers and how to fish it, get in touch sooner than later, because dates are filling fast for April, and several prime dates remain!