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Kirk and James tag teaming rising trout....Photo: Josh Edwards

With 70 degree highs and a spike on the graph at Corwin this morning,  today may be the last call for some of the best dry fly fishing of the year.  The last two days have been nothing short of amazing with thousands of caddis in the air, on the banks, and spent on the surface.  At times it seems like every fish in the river has put their feeding bibs on for what might be the last supper before runoff.  If you’re coming over to fish dry flies the Valley is going to be your best bet.  There is as much as two feet of visibility as far up as the 26 mile put in.  Look for a productive hatch to start around 12:00-1:00 PM and lasting well into the evening.

Look for pods of rising fish in the back eddies...