Fall flyfishing near Tulameen BC is classic fresh fun

A few beautiful fall days of flyfishing BC interior lakes. Naturally, I want to catch the big one but just camping in the autumn is a fresh bright and tranquil BC experience. 

The BC range cattle are moving down from the upper plateau grass and grazing through the forests. The trophy trout were tricky but periodically ravenous caught with micro leeches, boatman and even flashy green grasshopper patterns. 

Very bright and sunny weather until this morning cloud and drizzle at 3200 ft. a tiny frost this morning so the season is swinging. 

If I don’t get out on the water again until next April, I ended it well rowing around some lakes off Hwy5a near Tulameen. 


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