Trout fishing has been good on the Namekagon of late. Dwindling hatches of stoneflies and pretty good hatches of little (size 20-22) Blue winged olives make for some good dry fly action and nymphing continues to provide the most consistent success. The water temps have been in the mid-fifties for the last 6 days, which means the Hendricksons are not far away. A few Hendrickson adults have been spotted over the last 10 days or so, but nothing consistent. Peak runoff this year on the Namekagon was March 18, which is about a month earlier than the historic average. Reports from the Brule have been pretty spotty, leaning toward negative. Most of the fish being caught are spawned out and on their way back to the lake. The river is in great shape, so get out there….