Date:  
July 2, 2006
Location:  
Ute Creek Ranch private small stream fly fishing.  
Call 303-325-5515 for availability and bookings.
Number of Anglers:
2
Guide:
Tad Howard
Weather:  
Very nice, sunny morning.  Sporadic afternoon showers; able
to fish around them.  Great day to be out!
Stream Condition:
Water temps around 49 degrees.  Visibility very good.
Report:  
Fishing on Tarryall Creek was RED HOT!!  Rick was a
first-time angler and was quickly introduced to some of
Colorado's prettiest rainbow and brown trout.  Dry flies with
bead head droppers were the order of the day.  Both Steve
and Rick hooked and landed countless trout throughout the
morning.

Most of the fish were between 10-15 inches, but a couple
came to hand in the 16+ inch range.  Although weather
threatened a couple times, the fish remained very active.  
Almost every likely spot produced a savage strike from a feisty
fish.  

The day ended perfectly, with Rick landing the largest bow of
the day on his last cast on a dry fly.  Although our anglers lost
count of the number of fish caught, the best guess was 60+
landed and released.

Fishing should remain very good at all the Tarryall properties
for the next several weeks.  Small stream fly fishing at its finest!
Testimonial:
My first fly fishing adventure EVER!! It was awesome!! Great
Guide Great Location; Great Fishing! Beautiful Rainbows.
-Rick
Steve with a very nice brown trout.
Beautiful rainbow trout.
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One of several doubles
caught by Steve and Rick.
Rick with a great bow his first day fly fishing!
Fly Fishing Trip Report
July 2, 2006