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Matching the Hatch at the Top of the Tent

Matching the Hatch at the Top of the Tent

By: Mark Bachmann

Anyone who has fished the Deschutes for trout during August knows that the most surface action happens during a late afternoon wind, or during the last hour of light. Wind decreases the surface tension at the water surface, making it easier for certain small insects to hatch. Low light means there is less heat so that insects won’t die as quickly from dehydration as they would in the bright mid-day sun...

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