I fished the second half of day Thursday, and the nymphing was very good for me. No monsters, but lots of nice fish up to about 15-16", including all 3 species: Brookies, Browns & Bows. even caught a small wild Rainbow with parr marks on it's sides. Water temp was 56 degrees in Riverton around noonish, and in the middle of the TMA/Catch & Release area was 62 degrees at 8pm. -Torrey
Currently effective nymphs include: Hot Spot Nymphs #14-18, Wade's Clinger Nymph #14-16, Olive nymphs #16-20, Yellow Sparkle Prince #14-18, Sulfur Nymph #16, Caddis Pupa & Larva in both tan & olive/green #12-18, Jig nymphs #10-16, Pheasant Tails #16-20, Isonychia Nymphs #10-12, Fox Squirrel Nymph #10-14, Prince Nymph #10-18, and Golden/Brown/Black Stoneflies #6-12 are all working well. Streamers are working well in the early morning and again toward dark- look for either low light or murky water for best results during this time of the year on the Farmington. Mice, Rats and giant Streamers are working after dusk.