Lingo varies by locale and species, and if you’re headed north for steelhead, make sure to brush up on definitions so that when your guide says you have a Bloody L, you’ll know you don’t need stitches. Via Fly Gal Ventures.
From time of day to parts of the stream, Kent Klewein dissects the best trout water to target in late summer.
In the hot reaches of the end of summer, give the fish a break, says Trout Unlimited. As some water restrictions go into effect, “This August is a great time to check out the fishing in some of our high mountain lakes,” Mark Aagenes said. “Trout in most of our streams need a break.” Via Great Falls Tribune.