Mossy Creek Fly Fishing Forecast 10/3/2022
Brian brings us the fishing forecast this week. The skies are clear today and we are starting to dry out. Some guides went out Monday morning and the shop crew took the scenic route to work to put eyes on some of the local streams. Dry River and some of the mountain streams got a decent shot of rain to get them up and flowing. Mossy Creek is still flowing around average flow right now but Beaver Creek got a big shot of rain and is currently flowing dirty. It should clear up in the next day. DWR will be stocking lakes and streams starting today. Keep an eye on the DWR site for updates on the updated schedule. The James and Shenandoah got a decent shot of rain and are still bumping up today. We anticipate being able to fish later this week when the temps will rise into the mid 70's. Now is a good time to stock up on streamers and nymphs for the fall. Trout are still looking at terrestrials but temps may hit freezing on Saturday night. The first frost of the year will take out quite a few of our terrestrials. Tricos are still hatching and are quite thick most mornings. Musky fishing should perk up with the recent bumps on the larger rivers. The musky fishing can be tough when the water is low and 'air clear'. A little color added this week should make for some more productive fishing. The shop transformed over the weekend as we put out hundreds of new items for the fall season. We have a huge selection of apparel, waders, boots, packs, bags, and accessories to get you through the cold season! Check out the video for the full forecast!
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