Believe it! The summer is half over. The good news is you have not missed the August fishing. Grasshoppers and other terrestrials should be getting better and better as the summer turns into September. The dry fly fishing could not be better right now in the Bighorn Mountains. If you follow hatches, you will see many different hatches throughout the day. As the water warms up everyday, you will see hatches turn on. As the water gets too warm, you will see the hatches rotate insects and shut off. When the water cools in the late after noon and evening, you should see PMD’s and Caddis change the fishing for the better. Caddis emergence are more fun than you can wave a stick at. There is a lot of knowledge to learn about caddis emergence opportunities, but that’s why we go fishing. If you have issues figuring out the hatch and or catching fish. Stop by the store and ask some questions.