Fishing good down 5 to 6 miles. Lead with a Tungsten Micro may #14, Prince of Darkness #16 or a Tung. CDC Pheasant Tail #16, trailed with a Blue Poison Tung or Zebra Midge #18, and trailed with Gray Sow Bug #20, Copper-Ribbed RS2 #22, Sparkle-Winged RS2 #22 or an olive jujubaetis #24. Dries that are working are Mole Fly #22 or a Trailing Shuck Midge #24. Winter flow is 25.5 cfs.
The river is open but fishing remains slow. Some fish were caught in the Narrows last week, good sign of some recovery.
Lake Estes is full again after dam maintenance. The Power Plant inlet is flowing at 414 cfs so floating a pheasant tail or prince with rainbow warrior with produce. The inlet at the Big T is good with a Prince and egg fly. Powerbait is working in both lakes.
Rocky Mountain National Park:
Lower sections of Glacier Creek and Big T are opening back up with the warmer weather. Fishing is Slow with San Juan worms and small pheasant tails, minimal dry action.
Fly of the Week: Mole Fly #22
Catch of the Week
Luke hooking a Brown
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