Big Hole River
The flow at the Melrose station is now about 100cfs above the eighty year average. The last few days have been quite cool and wet. This morning as I looked to the south at Nez Perce Ridge and then to the north at Fleecer Mountain, they were both covered with snow. Some say that winter is here but don’t believe it for second. We always get an Indian Summer in late September and early October. The next few weeks is by far the most scenic time of the year to float the river. The leaves on the trees will be yellow and gold and the fishing can be great.
Last week was good with bwo’s on top and streamers and pheasant tail nymphs underneath.