The Gunpowder is running clear at 153 cfs and water temperatures have steadied in the 54 – 58 degree mark.
The gauge at Falls Road hit a high on Monday of 375 cfs with warm water spilling over from Prettyboy reservoir. Whilst water levels have dropped through the week the sulphurs have really kicked in and, now the river is easier to wade, the fishing has been superb. Sulphur emergers and duns 16-18 has been the go-to and hatches have been starting mid morning and continuing off and on until very late afternoon. Along with mayfly, caddis patterns are also producing, tan caddis size 16-18 come off in bursts through the day, but larger green sedges size 14-16 are hatching in the evening which triggers intense surface activity. This can overlap with a spinner fall from the sulphurs that managed to escape the trout earlier on in the day.
If you want some friendly instruction (and someone to tie your knots in the low light!) consider an evenings guided trip with us. Give us call at 410 357 9557 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a trip with one of our guides whilst the fishing is so productive.