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Roaring Fork Fishing Report

 

 

Fly Fishing Report for the 4 Main Rivers in the Roaring Fork Valley, the Roaring Fork River, Frying Pan River, Colorado River and the Crystal River. The fishing report is updated regularly so check back often for current information. If you have any questions or contact us for the most current conditions and fly fishing report. We also have a hatch chart available for general bug hatch information.

Frying Pan River Fishing Report

The Frying Pan River is around 115 CFS and holding for now. Mid and lower river action has been primarily nymphing, with caddis, drake and crane fly nymphs being solid as well as midges. Don't neglect 12-16 attractor style dries at this time of year. The water is warm enough. Dry fly fishing is all about time of day and location right now. Scout out a new spot with some faster water feeding into a slow spot and you could have an epic June day

Call us for the most current conditions or stop by to find out more before wading.

Flies:
Dries: Para Adams 18-24, Adult Midge 20-22, Spent Midge 20-22, Midge Cluster 18, Low Rider 20-22, 12-16 Stimies, Adams.
Mysis (Toilet Bowl to Baetis Bridge): Charlie's Mysis, Ultra Mysis, Mayer's Mysis, Solitude Mysis
Nymphs: RS2, WD40, Pheasant Tails 18-22, JuJu Bee red or Zebra 18-20, Red or Black Zebra Midge 16-20, Copper or Red Brassie 16-20, Eggs
Streamers: Sculpin, Goldie, Zonkers, Splendors

Frying Pan River Flows

 

Roaring Fork River Fishing Report

 

Runoff has finally arrived. We are expecting the Roaring Fork to rise toward peak flows. This cool spring seems to have finally warmed into more summer like  temps. If you can find a bit of more clear and slow water fish can still be had, but the location has to be perfect. Concentrate on big dark nymphs, streamers and worms.

We check the river daily and our guides are fishing it if they can, give us a quick call for updated info before heading our direction. Call us for the most current conditions or stop by to find out more before floating or wading.

Flies:

Dries:
Nymphs: Prince, Pats, FFKA, Copper Johns, Eggs, GB Epoxy Stone
Streamers:Big and dark!

Roaring Fork River Flows

 

Crystal River Fishing Report

The Crystal is fishing OK, when it is not muddy, with small attractor nymphs.

Call us for the most current conditions or stop by to find out more before wading.

Flies:

Dries:
Nymphs: Prince, Copper John, 20 incher

Crystal River Flows

 

Colorado River Fishing Report

See the Colorado River on the Wave Park Webcam.

Conditions and hatches are very similar to the Roaring Fork River

We check the river daily and our guides are fishing it if they can, give us a quick call for updated info before heading our direction. Call us for current conditions before you come up.

Flies:
Dries:
Nymphs: Prince, Pats, FFKA, Copper Johns, Eggs, GB Epoxy Stone
Streamers: Big and dark!

Colorado River Flows

 

Still Waters

 Harvey and Rifle Gap have been solid for Smallmouth bass and Northern Pike.

Stop by and stock up on flies or just check out some of our new patterns. Please see our Hatch Chart and contact us for fly recommendations or to book a guided fly fishing trip.

 

If you are planning a fishing trip out in Colorado, we encourage that you purchase your license online. Please visit the Colorado Parks & Wildlife website to buy your license online from CPW. Buy Fishing License online

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