- The Reef is at 2,200 CFS.
- The Miracle Mile is at 1,000 CFS
- Fremont Canyon is at 75 CFS
Fremont Canyon and the Reef are both down, and both are fishing well. Hopper fishing continues to improve and we are starting to see some dry fly action on certain parts of the river with tricos spinning in the morning and hopper in the afternoons.
Nymphing has been the most consistent method to catch fish, and don’t forget that your indicator can be replaced with a hopper!
- Midges (Pal, MacGruber, Mayhem) #18-20
- RS2 #18-20 (chocolate, gray)
- Rock Worm #14-18
- San Juan Worm
- Split Case BWO #16-20
- Barr’s BWO emerger #16-20
- Darth Baetis #18-20
- Splitcase PMD
- Bird’s Nest Caddis
- Mallard’s Tanked Trico
Streamer fishing has been best on cloudy days and in the morning and afternoon when there is low-light.
- Rusty Trombone #4-8
- Articulated Goldie #4
- Articulated Ditch Witch Tan, Olive
- Bob’s Silver Bugger
- Thin Mint Bugger
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