Last Updated 7/23/2021
Rocky Mountain National Park- Reservation entrance! (9-3pm) Book with us for easy access to fishing the park!
Nymphs: #16 Rubber Legs Pheasant Tail, #18 Black Zebra Midge
Dries: #16 Purple Chubby Chernobyl #16 Elk Hair Caddis
Streamers: #8 Black Wooly Bugger, # 8 Copper Thin Mint
Colorado River (Parshall)- Low water is fishing well!
Nymphs: #14 Coffee Rubber Legs, #18 CDC PT, #20 Chocolate Foam Back Emerger
Dries: #12 Tan Chubby, #16 PMDs
Streamers: #6 Galloup’s Mini Dungeon Cream
Colorado River (Pumphouse)- Water levels are up!
Nymphs: #8 Coffee Pat’s Rubber Legs, #18 CDC PT, #18 Copper Ribbed RS2
Dries: #12 Tan Chubby Chernobyl, #14 Black and Tan Chubby Chernobyl
Streamers: #6 White or Cream Mini Dungeon
Grand Lake/Shadow Mountain- Look for lakers in Grand Lake between 35-90 feet. Most active fish being found around large drop-offs. Jig with purple/tan glitter tube jigs tipped with sucker meat. Trolling deep for lakers with nightcrawlers and spoons has been producing fish. Shadow mountain has fished well trolling/casting rapalas and tasmanian devils.
Lake Granby- Find the hills and jig tubes and heavy spoons, troll spoons and spinners around 60 feet for lakers, and Rapalas around 10-20 feet for browns and rainbows. Using electronics to find the fish and dropping down to them on the bottom works well.
Williams Fork Reservoir- Find the structure, find the fish! A jig n’ rap tipped with a little bit of sucker meat has worked well. Warmer water temperatures have been pushing fish further down the water column.