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Fly Fishing Forecast | Silver Creek Outfitters

Fly Fishing Forecast
September 15–22

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"Happily we bask in this warm September sun, which illuminates all creatures." – Henry David Thoreau However, while happily basking in autumnal warmth, the angler notes that the September sun seems to favor one particular creature more...the trout. Silver Creek After being closed for much of the summer, the Preserve is now open and fishing well. If you decide to...

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Fly Fishing Forecast | Silver Creek Outfitters

Fly Fishing Forecast
September 8-15

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"September days have the warmth of summer in their briefer hours, but in their lengthening evenings a prophetic breath of autumn." – Rowland E. Robinson On a typical September day, anglers begin bundled in fleece and waders, but by the early afternoon wish they were wet wading. Then, as the sun drops, the prophetic breath of autumn returns. Such are...

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Fly Fishing Forecast
August 11-18

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"A river is water in its loveliest form; rivers have life and sound and movement and infinity of variation, rivers are veins of the earth through which the lifeblood returns to the heart." – Roderick Haig-Brown Part of the beauty of the rivers and creeks that flow in and around Sun Valley is their infinite variation. And one of the loveliest...

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Fly Fishing | Silver Creek Outfitters | Ketchum, ID

Fly Fishing Forecast
August 4 – 11

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With drought comes conjecture. How low will the water go as rivers in the Valley approach or surpass historic base flows? Will the snow come this winter and offer a respite for next season? We know not. We still have an unknown distance to go. However, what we do know is how to fish responsibly. We know that water temps in the 50s and low 60s are optimal for fish and once water temps hit 67 degrees to take the rest of the day off. Also by pinching barbs, landing fish quickly, wetting our hands, and keeping the fish in the water we can reduce stress on the trout.

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