River Flow 748 CFS - Visibility - Clear - Snow Showers likely, mainly before 9. Cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly sunny, with a temperature falling to around 40 by 5pm. Breezy, with a west wind 10 to 14 mph. - AM Water Temp 38' - AM Air Temp 33' - Daytime High 40' - PM Air Temp Low 30'.
Overcast with chance of snow this morning. - As our mornings get colder, try waiting til mid-morning to begin your fishing day. - By waiting a couple of hours after sunrise, this gives the sun some time to warm up the river a degree or two. - This slight warming of the river tends to get the fish on the bite. - Alex was out on the river this morning and gave us the following report: River is clear and every rock he turned with leaf debris had scuds jumping to the surface. - Swinging big streamers in the morning is a great tactic to find big agressive fish. - Nymph the riffles and pocket water with Big Brown or Yellow Stone Fly Nymphs with a Scud dropper or tie on 2 Scud and swing them along the banks. -It's time to start fishing Egg Patterns, San Juan Worms, Scuds and Sucker Spawn as Browns get into the Fall Spawning Mode.
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Now for the fishing conditions. The river is at 748 CFS - AM Water Temp 33'. - Overcast with chance of light snow showers this morning. - As our mornings get colder, try waiting til mid-morning to begin your fishing day. - By waiting a couple of hours after sunrise, this gives the sun some time to warm up the river a degree or two. - This slight warming of the river tends to get the fish on the bite. - Start your morning by swinging big streamers. - Swing some soft hackles like; Spiders, Hares Ear or Pheasant Tails. - It's time to start fishing some Egg Patterns, San Juan Worms, Scuds and Sucker Spawn as Browns get into the Fall Spawning Mode. - Tune-up your fly vest by cleaning out the last year's leaders & tippet spools and replace them with fresh leaders & tippet spools for this year. Reorganize your flies into new boxes. Check your vest to see if you need more floatant, lead shot, strike indicators or tippet rings. If your fly line is becoming stiff or cracked it's time to change it. You can bring your fly reel into the shop and we can machine wind a new fly line with free backing !! If your favorite rod has broken guides, tip tops, missing hook keeper or needs new wraps.......Bring it down to the shop for repair.
We like the following patterns: Eggs, Sucker Spawn, Scuds and San Juan Worms. - Streamers: John's Lion Bugger, G's Catch'Em All, Circus Peanuts, Zonkers, Woolly Buggers, Pick Yur' Pocket - Soft Hackles: Spiders, Hares Ear or Pheasant Tails - Nymphs: Golden Stone (8-10) BH Hares Ear (12-16), BH Princes (10-16), BH Pheasant Tails (12-18), Rubber Legs (all colors), 20 Incher's (8-16) & Euro Bead Head Princes. Don't forget to try a Chartreuse or Yellow Stone Mop Fly, too. We recommend a drop rig for maximum effectiveness and use an indicator to make sure you don't miss any takes. Try the AirLock indicators if you haven't already. They are the best!
Don't forget we offer a FULL ROD REPAIR SERVICE Bamboo, Graphite and Glass. - Reel Seat Replacement, Cork Grip Repairs, Guide Replacement, Rod Wrapping and Rod Finishing. - Repair or refinish your old favorite rods and fish them as if they are new again!!
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Since you're reading our river report, please consider purchasing your gear from us. We are happy to have the opportunity to match any deals out there you may come upon. Give us a call first and let us have the first chance. Thanks!