Autumn (September, October, November) is the time when all the Salmonid family starts to feed more intensively, preparing for long winter when there will be few, if any, insects hatching. The scenery changes dramatically, with the leaves turning from green to their brilliant red, gold and brown Autumn colours. Days become shorter with usually no evening hatches such as we enjoy in the summer, but if the sun comes out, which it often does, you will catch fish on the dry fly during the daytime.