11-12-2022 North Country Angling-Bivisibles

Always keep some Bivisibles in your fly box photo. (STEVE ANGERS PHOTO)

The sun slid behind Mount Williard and as if a switch was turned on, trout began to rise all over Saco Lake. It looked like it was raining as the trout cruised the pond sipping in Red Quills, leaving small rise rings.

The fishing was consistent, but the hatchery brook trout were unable to efficiently take the bugs, or our imitations. It was very hit or miss trying to connect with the trout.

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