Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Fishing Reports June 2

Bow River Report –June 2, 2010

Well, the winter weather seems to have finally left us. The river came up with the rain and snow last week but is still not that high. Visibility remains at around 2 feet.

With the push of colored water now is a good time for the larger nymphs like Stones and Worms.

Streamer fishing should get hotter as the water temperatures come up with warmer weather.

There are still lots of Caddis around with rising fish as well as fish eating larger caddis fished blind.

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Hatches: Caddis

Streamers: ¼ Pound Bugger, Geek Leech, Marabou Clouser, Party Boy, Witch Doctor

Nymphs: B/H Wire Worm, Conestone, Tung Stud, Tungsten Soft Hackle, TB Super Pupa, Conestone, WMD Golden Stone.

Dry Flies: Bloom`s CDC Caddis, Bloom`s Parachute Caddis, Slackwater caddis Parachute Adams

Crowsnest River Report – June 2, 2010

Runoff has gotten started at the Crow with last week’s rain and snow. River levels should stabilize with the drier weather coming.

This is normally a good time to do well on large nymphs and dry flies.

Hatches: Stonefiles, March Browns, BWO

Streamers: Brunette Leech, Chamois Leech.

Nymphs: Pheasant-Tail, Hare's Ear, Copper John, Tung Stud, and San Juan Worm

Dries: Berrett’s Barred Leg Stone, Neversink Caddis, Film Critic-BWO

High Country River Report – June 2, 2010

All of the High Country Streams are now closed until June 16, 2010. Check your regulations as to exact openings. ALMOST THERE!!!!

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