June 27, 2009 Colorado Trout Hunters Fly Fishing Trip Report
Date: June 27, 2009 Location: South Platte River private water fishing trip Call 303-325-5515 for availability and bookings. Number of Anglers: 1 Guides: Tad Howard Weather: Sunny temps in the 70's River Condition: Water temps in the 50's. Medium to good visibility Report: Summer fly fishing
All the rivers have peaked from runoff earlier this month. The water is still high but generally stable almost everywhere. The fishing is very good and getting even better, and the summer hatches are now starting. Reservoir levels are still exceptional and the late afternoon rains are keeping lots of water in the systems.
On this day we had consistent action all day and managed to land some beautiful trout. Some are pictured here and some others were a bit photo shy. Nymph fishing was the most productive, but we did manage to land the last fish of the day on a large dry fly. The dry fly fishing should improve as water levels drop and the Green Drake mayflies get more active.
The trout seem to be exceptionally healthy this season with the abundant water, and fishing should be very good all summer.
Please contact us if you have any questions about our fly fishing trips or would like information on availability. 303-325-5515
Testimonial: Tad is a fly fishing mystic, he reads the water like normal people read the sports page. The only difference is experiencing the home runs personally! Awesome, just awesome! Thanks for the great trip; I’m looking forward to the next adventure!