|April 29, 2010
Colorado Trout Hunters
Fly Fishing Trip Report
April 29, 2010
South Platte River South Park Public Waters
Call 303-325-5515 for guide trip bookings
Number of Anglers:
Sunny; temps in the 50s
Mostly clear water but slightly muddy in the morning.
The day started clear and cool with a bit of a breeze. Most of the
large crowds of people have dispersed as many Colorado waters
are open and fishing well now. We took advantage of this and had
the run of almost anywhere we wanted to fish. The large migratory
fish were not overly abundant, but because there was not much
pressure from other anglers, we were able to move around and
target some bigger fish.
Both nymphs and streamers were effective, although most of the
hookups were sight fishing with nymph rigs. We did have to work
hard for the fish, but we were rewarded with a good number of
hookups on fish from 17-24 inches. See the pictures to the left for
some of the beautiful fish that came to hand!
The next 2 days we fished some private waters on the South Platte
and had exceptional action with many more impressive fish.
In trout news: The warmer weather is improving the fishing daily.
Most of the areas we guide are now fishing very well. In the next
couple weeks the high lakes will be icing off, making some hot
action! Spinney Reservoir opened May 1st and all the South Park
Reservoirs are now fishing good. See 2010 fly fishing photos.
Thanks very much for the great photos. I had, again, a great time
with you. Amazing fishing, and great being with you again.
Click here to see some more Dream Stream Monster Trout Photos
Great looking South Park Rainbow!
Amazing color on this big fish. Great job Steve!