Sam Kinney and Ian Sullivan
Great day on Clear Creek. Winds were forecasted to increase as the day went on so we tried to get an earlier start and it paid off. Dry/Dropper was the name of the game and midges were the meal of choice. The presentation of a Dry/Dropper on small water gives you a huge advantage as opposed to slapping a nymph rig in there. There was good opportunity to fish small dries from about 10 AM until around lunch. Fish were still more than willing to eat a nymph during this time as well. Top bugs were a Top Secret Midge(20) and a Zebra Midge (20) in brown.