This pattern is used during and after the big caddis hatch. Trout normally won’t take a dry fly until they run out of pupa and emerging caddis.
Our amazing Columbia River fishery begins at Keenleyside dam on the Lower Arrow Lake. It freely flows 56 km past Castlegar, Genelle and downtown Trail before crossing into America near Waneta. Trout, walleye and other species thrive in the Columbia’s cool, clean, well oxygenated water. With prolific hatches and plenty of riffles, long runs, and deep pools the Columbia provides the perfect environment to keep trout feeling safe and well fed. This is our river, and this is where WeSportFish.