Davidson River Fishing Report – Week of June 13, 2012

Davidson River Fly-fishing Report

Updated Every Wednesday

Water Conditions: Nice water level, clear. 109 cfs.  Davidson River Flow

Hatches:Crane flies, Sulphurs, BWOs, midges, tan caddis, light cahills. Also keep an eye out for terrestrials.

Fly suggestions: Terrestrials. Midge emergers in gray, cream, brown. Sulphur comparaduns, klink emergers, split cases, light cahills,  Lowe’s midge larva, Little lucy, red disco midge, elk hair caddis, rock worm caddis, . Inch Worm, ants, beadles.  Most any fly from our Davidson River Fly Selection Box would also do…

General Information: 109 cfs is a nice water level for the Davidson and the fish should be spread out well from bank to bank. We’re also getting into terrestrial season, so consider using an ant or even something bigger, with a dropper underneath. We have a great selection of terrestrial patterns, such as the Cow Killer ant, at both shops!

Projected Conditions:The river should fish well all week! With the humid weather, look for some afternoon and evening hatches to come off. If it rains heavy, re-rig with something big and dark and add weight.

Planning a fly fishing trip to the Davidson River?  Let the professional fly fishing guides from Curtis Wright Outfitters take you there!