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Please be aware of Redds!! It is our job as anglers to make sure we protect the health of our fisheries for ourselves and future generations. Please know what a Redd looks like and keep an eye out on every trout stream you frequent. To play it safe, stay off the gravel in a stream whenever possible until April.
Here's some info and pictures if you don't know what to look for: http://www.ginkandgasoline.com/trout-fishing/dont-tread-on-my-redd-3/
Beaver Creek is in full summer mode. Ants and beetles on top or sunk and midges or scuds nymphed are your best option. There are some bugs around like yellow drakes and a few light cahills in the evening, but the majority of the fishing is going to be midges and terrestrials. Small grasshoppers and crickets are working really well some days.
Potomac River smallmouth fishing is on fire. Poppers, streamers, it all works. Change up your retrieve if you're not getting bit. Safe Wading levels on the Point of Rocks gauge should read about 1.75 feet.