TCO Fly Shop - Stream Conditions


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Stream: Yellow Breeches

Date of Update: 8/14/2020

Author: TCO Boiling Springs Staff

Highlight: After a couple of bumps, the water level is back down to where it was before recent storms. This week will give us high temps and lots of sunshine, so limit your fishing to early morning hours. The possibility of t-storms exists and would certainly be helpful at this point. White flies and hexes are here.

Stream Level: steady

Water Temp: Upper 60s warming to mid 70's.

Clarity: Clear, but low and warm.

Fishing Overview: Ants, Beetles and Hoppers on the surface and frenchies or small nymphs under the surface have been producing. White flies and hexes in the evening.

Specifics and Tips: Terrestrials are the word of the day. Please limit your fishing to early morning due to warm temps and low levels.

Hatches: Scuds sz. 12-20
Tricos sz. 20-22


Hot Patterns: Elk Hair Caddis sz. 18-20
Firehole Soft Hackle sz. 16
BWO's sz. 18-20
Dusty's DeviAnt sz. 14-16< br> White Fly sz. 10-12


Other Information: TCO Boiling Springs hours:
Monday - Friday: 9am - 7pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday : 9am - 4pm
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Conservation Note: A little bump in the water, but the big forecasted rains missed us. Still waiting on the evening Hexagenia hatch- it could start any day now!

General: The "Fisherman's " parking area is once again open at the Allenberry. For those anglers unable to walk from the top of the hill down to the stream, the folks at the Allenberry have generously offered a golf cart shuttle.


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