Wisconsin: Timber Coulee and Kickapoo Rivers "Smoking"

It’s going off in Wisconsin now … caddis hatches (tan) are producing in the mornings; sulphurs midday, and more caddis, craneflies and midges by evening. Swinging nymphs in the riffles is especially effective – be sure to try orange, sulphur-looking patterns. And woolly buggers are also doing the job. Timber Coulee and the West Fork of the Kickapoo are both smoking. Approach fish with stealth, on the Kickapoo, the station report at LaFarge is 2.73 CFS.