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Blackfeet Lakes

Thursday, June 30, 11:41 p.m. MDT


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What to Expect in June

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Hatches divided by half-month.  Super    Major    Minor    Slight    None

HATCH

NYMPH/
LARVA

PUPA/
EMERGER

DUN/
ADULT

EGG-
LAYER

Callibaetis

Gray drake

Longhorn caddis

Northern caddis

Damselfly

Dragonfly

Midge

Waterboatman

Scud

Sculpin

Leech

Crayfish

Baitfish

Beetle

Ant


Trout probably be in the shallows early in June, but they will move into deeper water as the weather warms up. Wet weather can render the roads muddy and difficult. However, they dry out quickly when the weather relents.

Brown or olive Mohair Leeches or Seal Buggers fished deeply can be productive for these lakes' big trout. Damselfly nymphs in olive or off-orange, or scud patterns can also work well, as do Stillwater Nymphs. Later in June, you might get some surface action as trout rise to midges and Callibaetis. As the lakes warm up, trout will slide out to deeper water. When this happens, you will need to fish deeper.

For more on June tactics and flies, see the Lakes in General forecast

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