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Stillwater Update

It has been an interesting spring fishing season in the Kamloops area. We had a good snowpack and a cool, wet spring which has seen many lakes fill almost to record high levels. While good for the general aquatic ecology of the lake, this large amount of water flushing through has kept water temperatures down. This has slowed the intensity of the chironomid emergences and we have been seeing quite sporatic hatches. It has been common to have a good but short emergence one day and almost nothing the next. We are finally getting some warmer weather trends so the chironomid emergences should become more predictable. Some lower elevation lakes are seeing some good callibaetis mayfly emergences as well. We had some good deepwater chironomid … Read entire article »

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