May 25, 2012
Lake fishing update
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2012 Fly Fishing Reports
May 25, 2012
Private High Mountain Lakes and
South Park Reservoirs
Variable but generally nice, some wind.
Lake Conditions:

Warm weather in Colorado has sparked some excellent fishing this
season. The rivers and lakes are HOT! Today we focused on the lakes.

The South Park Reservoirs are looking great. Watch for large midge
and chronomidge hatches (morning midge hatch is best, late morning
Callibaetis hatch gets rolling). We have even seen early damsels.  
Weeds may be an issue early this season, but target weed edges,
especially when the Callibaetis are around.  Static rigs with suspended
nymphs have been consistent.

We offer guided fishing not only on the major South Park Reservoirs
but also on a variety of other private still waters that offer our anglers a
chance to get away from other anglers and experience some
exceptional still water action.

In trout news:
Caddis and stoneflies have been producing well on the streams and
rivers. Last week a client landed the largest fish of the season!

Different areas are producing excellent success for a variety of species,
and we are happy to move you around to put you on the best fishing

For those anglers wanting to hit Rocky Mountain National Park, this is a
good time to do it! Low snow pack will probably make fishing in the park
a bit challenging late season.

Please call 303-325-5515 for more information and bookings.