Hunting season is in full swing for many of us, it's also the season when tailwaters become the angling destination most likely to produce results. The waters of northern Wyoming are no exception to this late season eventuality.
Here are two videos of trout rising on the lower Shoshone River in Cody, Wyoming.
I've concluded that the trout were rising to midges as, after many minutes of observation, I couldn't see the breeze blowing anything from the water.
Trout like these are the subject of the recently published Wyoming Mountains & Home-waters: Family, Fly Fishing, and Conservation.
p.s. I've included a picture that reminds us of the magic that fall and early winter offer.
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