Only about 1/10″ of rain fell yesterday morning,having no effect on the watersheds.Tricos continue to be the strongest game but the fishing seems to be getting slightly stronger after the morning hatch. Beetles and hoppers are making a strong showing in the grasses along the streams. Nymphing has netted a few fish after the hatch. Target the deeper faster water. Overall the fish look fat and sassy so I don’t think food is a problem right now. Evenings have been relatively devoid of hatches, possibly the heat is just to stressful for successful emergence. For┬áthose interested, Minnesota Bound will be doing a program on the Kinnickinnic this Sunday August 3rd at 10:35PM and again on August 9th at 6:30PM. Yours truly hosted KARE 11’s Belinda Jensen and her Father for a little trout fishing, with stops along the way at the Kinnickinnic River Land Trust and Kinni Creek Outfitters/B&B. I have not seen it yet so I don’t know how proud to be.

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