In September, there were a couple of over 90F days. Rest were mix of rain and clouds that made us feel some chills. Yes, it was indeed a fall.
In my note, it was a very rare "dry-fly double" on Yellowstone River.
I had one angler who wanted to pry Bighorn River.
This one was just longer than my hand, but with the totally odd shape. Definitely well-fed!!
It was very slow in the morning. However, with our patience and perseverance, we had rising trout!!
DePuy's Spring Creek.
Was this an early fall-runner or it happened to be there? Or hanging around through summer?
It's also time for me to work on Atlantic salmon flies.........💞