Fishing Report

Big Thompson River Below Lake Estes:

Runoff picked up a lot with the warm weekend, 350 CFS above Lake Estes.  Updated 5/24/2016. The Flow is still running 125 CFS below Estes.  The fishing has been very good with nymphs and small midges. Micro Mayfly, Zebra Midges, Tan sow bug, Pink San Juan worms and Copper Ribbed RS2. Lead with Red Two Bit Hooke or Pheasant tail with Blue Poison Tung in the middle.  The inlet to Lake Estes is fishing good.

Private Water Waterdale Ranch:

Waterdale Ranch fishing good, Flow is 300 CFS and fishing great.  Pat's Rubber legs and tan sow bugs are working well.

Colorado River:

Flow is Moving up at 3500 CFS and fishing very good.  The fishing is very good on Black Pat's Rubber Legs followed by a Rainbow Warrior or Purple San Juan Worm.  Streamers have been effective on the bigger Browns.  The River access is good now through the summer.

Big Thompson below drake:

The fish have spread out all the way down the canyon with some good fishing below Drake at old Idylwilde dam area.  Flow below Drake is 200 CFS.

Mary’s Lake and Lake Estes:

The fishing has been surprisingly good with Powerbait and worms on both Lake Estes and Mary's Lake.  You can get a few on dry flies on Mary's Lake in the afternoon.

Rocky Mountain National Park:

Morraine Park, Flow of 150 CFS, and the upper Big Thompson River are fishing great on Pink and Purple San Juan worm and small black Copper Johns or small Pheasant tail.  Lower sections of Glacier Creek are fishing Very good.  Purple San Juan worms and small pheasant tails are the main flies to use. 

Fly of the Week: #16 Pink San Juan Worm

Catch of the Week

Colorado River Brown
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