We’ve had a ridge of high pressure sitting over us for the past two weeks that brought plenty of sunshine and inversions to the valley.  Morning temps were getting down to 0 degrees, but the afternoons were nice.  These cold mornings produced some ice flow in the Snake River, most of which was gone by the afternoon.  Fly fishing was reasonably productive with small #18-22 Midge nymphs in slow water. We’ve got a round of storms coming at us this week, which should bring significant snows and warmer temperatures.  This wakes up more Cutthroat and gets them feeding! Midges are still the way to go, but it won’t be long before our Stoneflies start crawling…