This has been one of the top locally tied patterns for the Fremont river this fall. the browns should be running soon. and the Tiger trout Brook Trout and Splake, are becoming more and more aggressive. this and some other great patterns for fall fishing are available at the Shop.
A couple pictures from three days of dryfly fishing.
the rivers and streams are still clear, the browns have not started to move to the gravel yet though, maybe soon.
The weather has finally started to turn off cold here in the Boulder Mtn area, and with those cold nights the fishing turns on for Brooks, Browns, Tigers, and Splake. The Autumn leaves are starting to really turn now and the next couple of weeks should be the most spectacular Fremont River. The Rains have…Details
Boulder Mtn. The mountain has been fishing well on the lakes that have been less traveled. there has been heavy pressure at Donkey lake and fishcreek and Beaver dam, the fishing has been slow to decent at those waters with most of the fish concentrating on the callibaetis hatches. nymph patterns fish slow and deep…Details
This is the last couple of weeks in picture form.Notes: Forsyth has been poisoned.. Upper Fremont is currently low and Clear.Mill Meadow is scheduled to be poisoned mid October.Boulder Mtn. Grayling Fishing is winding down Brook trout splake and Tiger trout fishing is improving with cooler temps. Monster Callibaetis Hatches on the east end.it Rains…Details
FORSYTH RES/ MILLMEADOW RES’: Forsyth Reservoir was nearly drained in anticipation of work to be done on MillMeadow reservoir down stream from Forsyth, the fishing is nearly impossible on Forsyth as a result. on the flip side Millmeadow Reservoir has a good volume of water currently, but it has started to drop and will also be…Details
FORSYTH RES: The reservoir has been completely drained to be sure that it will not ad to flows going into Millmeadow reservoir while they complete work on the Dam. the fishing is basically impossible. MILLMEADOW: The reservoir is currently near full, the fishing remains good at the inlets for Browns and Rainbows, we have been…Details