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Saturday, July 19, 2014

Moyie - Why Not?

Idaho Fly Fishers Blog

Just a quick note to all readers that I believe my PC has whirling disease - not the spirochete but the virus. May have to take in for repairs so could be down a while.

Idaho Fly Fishers BlogI was watching the evening news the other day and heard that the networks do not tell the truth regarding some stories. Are you surprised? One thing we do try and do here at the Idaho Fly Fishers Blog is tell the truth. If you read online, you will find that the Moyie River in north Idaho only holds rainbows below Meadow Creek. Bologna! BS! Bull donkey!

Idaho Fly Fishers BlogI am here to tell you that this spring and early summer, I have been doing quite well fishing the faster moving waters below the rapids at depths of 4-6 feet. There are some really nice bows here, mostly in the 10-12 inch range, but some are 14 inchers or more; and they fight. My best fly of the season is a Black Crawler weighted nymph, but as the weather warms, try small Adams on top for some guaranteed brookie action. They are small but they are fun and you will catch most of them in the faster water.

The other thing about the Moyie above Meadow Creek, is that it is one of the most beautiful small rivers in the NW. Gorgeous evergreens, clear water and feisty fish. Perfect for "wet wading". Give it a try if you are in the mood for some consistent Idaho fly fishing this summer.

Hard takes, tight lines and great catches to you all.

Idaho Fly Fishers BlogIdahoAngler@live.com

Tags:    Kootenai River Fish Story
     Lightning Creek - Idaho
     Montana Grand Slam
     Montana Trifecta
     Moyie River

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