Animas Lunch Report – 9/1/15 – Watch Your Backcast
Watching your backcast helps aid fly casting in a few ways: it assists with the timing of your forward cast and it also prevents you from putting your fly into trees, bushes, or your guides nose. It’s always good to watch your backcast from time to time.
The Animas River is currently flowing at around 270 cfs and looking crystal clear. There are a lot of small bugs in the system and trout are feeding hard on midges and BWOs. Cloud cover tends to bring out good hatches, otherwise get deep with Jujubee midges and BWOs. As always, mornings and evenings with streamers should be standard if fish are not rising.