Afternoon mission to the Blue was a great success! I think the slight bump in air temps had fish a bit more active and willing to play, compared to the previous day. Water is still ice cold coming out of the dam so persistence when working an area is key. Often times it’s one of the last few casts through a zone that is getting eaten. Small midges, leeches, and huevos were on the menu. Try a leech in olive or brown with a small cream colored midge like a Mercury Midge (20). It seems that in the afternoons, fishing on the Blue starts to slow down as soon as that sun begins to think about dipping and air temps start to drop (right around 1630). Spring fishing should only get better and better!