Last Updated 08/08/2020
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Nymphs: #16 Rubber Legs Pheasant Tail, #16 Caddis Pupa
Dries: #16 Gold Chubby Chernobyl, # 14 Amy’s Ant
Streamers: #8 Pop’s Bugger
Colorado River (Parshall)- Water is staying cold from rain and chilly nights!
Nymphs: #10 Coffee Rubber Legs, #16 Brown Ticket, #18 Grey Sparkle Wing RS2
Dries: #12 Black/Tan Chubby Chernobyl
Streamers: #4 Rio’s Precious Metal, #6 Galloup’s Mini Boogieman
Colorado River (Pumphouse)- Fishing has been really good! All sorts of bug life on the water.
Nymphs: #8 Coffee Pat’s Rubber Legs, #16 Radiation Baetis, #18 Grey Foamback RS2
Dries: #12 Black/Tan Chubby Chernobyl, #16 Extended Body PMD
Streamers: #6 White or Cream Mini Dungeon
Grand Lake/Shadow Mountain- Look for lakers in Grand Lake between 40-100 feet. Jig with white tube jigs tipped with sucker meat, or a jig head with a soft plastic curly tail.
Lake Granby- Find the hills and jig tubes and heavy spoons, troll spoons and spinners around 50 feet for lakers, and rapalas around 10-20 feet for browns and rainbows.
Williams Fork Reservoir- Find the structure, find the fish! A jig n’ rap tipped with a little bit of sucker meat has worked well.
Wolford Reservoir- Trout fishing from the bank has been great!