The recent weather with its storm fronts and huge temperature variations have made fish predictability difficult at best. The weekend fly fishing has suffered the worst. Rainy, hot...then rainy, cold week-ends have put the fish down. However starting today, through Sunday a normal temperature fluctuation should trigger the fish activity. Cool nights, 45 F...calm warm afternoons, 75 F will bring hatch activity. Larger Drakes, and your standard Adams should be out in numbers. The Maple, Pigeon, Black and Sturgeon rivers are waiting. Remember that catching Brown trout is best this time of year and if you are having luck catching them in the late afternoon it will only get better...and the Browns bigger...as the evening comes . Stay past 9 PM for the larger hatches and larger Browns. Water levels are good...water temperature is right...wind calm. This is what we have been waiting for. L' Acien cliché still holds true..." Match The Hatch "...Bonne Chance!