As we sat down at the fly tying bench for this month, November. We’re in seasonal transition and you can really feel the cool down first thing in the morning. We’ll begin to work our way further into the backcountry with our favorite gamefish as salinity levels drop there and to get out of the wind. In addition, a preferred prey species the scaled sardine or pilchards will begin to migrate offshore looking for more stable water temperatures. As a result, our gamefish will have to start relying on local prey species like killifish, shrimp, and small crabs. So, we’ll start throwing smaller imitation and impressionistic patterns like deceivers, clousers, seaducers, and bend backs.