Tricos and a Quiet Saturday along the Gunpowder River, Maryland

Yesterday the river dropped to 111 Cfs, an ideal level for wading and fly fishing dry flies only 30 minutes from downtown Baltimore, Maryland. Water temps are 61-64 troughout the catch and release section. Tricos before 10:00 AM from Falls Rd through Masemore Rd Access.
Tricos are TinyCaddis and Hoppers midday are still worth a shot. Zebra midges and small pheasant tails in the #18-22 range are also working in the fast riffles from York Rd through Bunkerhill Rd

Thanks to Jeff Aichroth for the following Stream report:

Hot…Not only the temps.
Fishing Saturday morning @ Falls Rd was a charge.
Fish were sipping fast and furiously early and what a time.
You could see them come up time after time. Didn’t know where to cast next.
Tricos until about 9 and as it tapered tried a gnat pattern and stretched the top bite for a little while longer.
Saw some action tight to the opposite bank as well.
One of the more enjoyable outings recently. A pair of courteous kayakers who passed behind me despite the shallower water around 10:30 and only one other fisherman working his way up from below the bridge.
A quiet summers morning, good flow of cool water on a hot day, exciting fishing action…What more could one ask for ?

See you all next time around.