Fishing is excellent/consistent over the last week. Flows are slowly increasing but not enough to affect the fish. Nymphing has been producing the most fish with an occasional streamer follow and eat. Without a doubt the best river conditions in Southwest CO at the moment. If your interested in fishing the Pine, don't hesitate to contact us!
|Bubble-back Pheasant Tail Emerger||14-18||Natural|
|Zebra Midge||18-22||Olive, Black|
|Big Mac||20||Chocolate, Tan|
|Tungsten Surveyor||16-20||Natural Tan|
This tail-water river is currently the regions most consistent fishery. Flows around 300 CFS are ideal to target trophy fish, enough water to provide cover for the fish, but not too much for the angler to wade. Quality rainbows and browns are being landed with a few solid shots at some much bigger fish. Conditions won't last long with higher flows forecasted in the next few weeks. Call the shop for further questions or to book your spot.
|Mirco Mayfly||18||Olive, brown|
|UV Emerger||18-22||Blacks, Tan|
|RS2||20||Olive, Brown, Black|
|Euro Caddis Nymph||12||Tan|
The river flows are up and the fishing is excellent. All winter the flows remained around 5 cfs and now we are experiencing flows around 355 cfs. The fish are feeding aggressively and are not picky. Streamers and nymphs and producing fish with consistency. Still a little early for dry flies. The water is holding steady but is expected to increase in the coming weeks. This is a fantastic river that holds trophy fish. Call the shop to book, we promise it's worth it!
|Metallic Caddis Larva||16||Chartreuse|
|Zebra Midge||20||Black, Olive|