Private Fly Fishing on Tarryall Creek June 30, 2007

Date: June 30, 2007

Location: Private water on Tarryall Creek

Number of Anglers: 2

Guide: Tad Howard

Weather: Very nice; sunny, with temps in the 70’s-80’s.

River Condition: Water temps in 50’s by mid-day.  Water is running about 140 cfs and there is moderate-good visibility.

Tarryall Creek is fishing very well.  The trout look very healthy and most of the fish were 7-14 inches.  Jon hooked one whopper that was 20+ inches that got away after bending out the hook.

Mark and Jon did great, especially considering it was their first fly fishing trip.  The trout ate a variety of flies including some good dry fly action. The fishing should be excellent here for the next few weeks.

There are a lot of mosquito’s this season, so make sure to bring extra bug spray.

Lots of fun and beautiful trout await on this incredible private stream.  Please give us a call at 303-325-5515 for availability and trip bookings.

Beautiful brown trout caught fly fishing on Tarryall Creek.

Hooked up with a nice bow on Tarryall Creek.

Bonus Northern Pike, probably an escapee from Tarryall Reservoir.

Fat healthy rainbow trout. Private small stream fishing.