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Was a good weekend indeed for some Fall fishing!

Enjoy~
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Spinney Mountain Ranch (The Dream Stream)
Current Flows: 73 cfs
As of: Sep 28 2005
Conditions: Fair
Patterns: Pheasant Tails #18-24; Rojo Midges #20-22; Griffin's Gnats
#18-22; Midge Larvae #20-24; Tricos; PMD's #16-18; Caddis #16-20.

Eleven Mile Canyon
Current Flows: 56.9 cfs
As of: Sep 28 2005
Conditions: Fair
Patterns: PMD's #16-18; Caddis #16-20; Pheasant Tails #18-24;
Gray/Black RS-2's #20-24; Red Midges #20-22; Hoppers #8-12; Tricos;
Worms, BH Hare's Ears #18-20.
Fishing has been hit or miss with the tricos in the morning. High
water temperatures in the afternoon has slowed the fishing
considerably.

Cheesman Canyon
Current Flows: 209 cfs
As of: Sep 28 2005
Conditions: Fair to Good
Patterns: Baetis Nymphs #20-24; Red Discos #22-24; Mercury Nymphs #20-
22; Worms and Chamois Leeches; Caddis #18-20.

Deckers
Current Flows: 209 cfs
As of: Sep 28 2005
Conditions: Fair
Patterns: Scuds #16; Worms #16; Bright Midges #18-22; Mercury Nymphs;
Caddis Late.
Now that we are into our Monsoon season late afternoon thunderstorms
can really effect the water clarity so plan accordingly.

The Arkansas River
Current Flows: 322 cfs
As of: Sep 28 2005
Conditions: Good to Excellent
Patterns: Parachute Adams #18-24; Comparadun B.W.O. #20-22; B.W.O.
Nymphs #18-22; Copper Johns #12-18; Caddis Pupae #14-18; Caddis Dry
#14-18; Terrestrials; PMX #10-16.


Spinney Mtn
The lake is still fishing very well on Callibaetis but you need to
move around to catch fish. Hatches are small so the fish are cruising
now and not staying put. Dark #16 Callibaetis or Pheasant Tails are
good to go as well as olive or black Woolly Buggers. Look for a good
fall season on Spinney.

Stream Conditions: Lake is almost full

Bugs:Callibaetis, Midges, BWOs

Additional Comments: Start to fish streamers now along the south
coves and shorelines. Try Buggers and Larry's Trik R Treat.....

Colorado
Fair
1,100 @ Kremmling,
up 10 cfs from yesterdays flow.
Temps. in upper 50's.
The river continues to rise. Running at a very high fall flow.
Caddis, BWO's, Trico's, Golden Stones, RS2, Prince, Hare's Ear,
Copper John, Wired Stones, Twenty Inchers.

Roaring Fork
48 @ Aspen
599 @ Basalt
1,170 cfs @ Glenwood.

Water temps are in the 50's.
Fishing prettty well

Upper River:
Low and clear.

Middle RIver:
Clear

Lower River:
Clear to slightly off color
Caddis, Blue Winged Olives, some Pale Morning Duns, Some Red Quills,
Midges and Hopper and Terrestrials on the lower river.
Colorado Green Drake, BLM, Barr's BH Baetis Emerger, FB Barr's
Emerger, BH Prince, Copper John, Brook's Sproat BWO, RS2, BWO Hackle
Stackers, GL Emergant Caddis Pupa, Caddis Larva.

Frying Pan
189 cfs near Rudi.
The river has been fishing well

Water temps around Rudi in 40's.

The Green Drakes are very active on the river now.
Expect some Mysis activity with the higher flow.
PMD's and BWO's. WD40, BLM,
Copper John, Johnny Flash, Autumn Splendor, Slump Buster, BLM,
Barr's BH Baetis Emerger, FB Barr's Emerger, BH Prince, Copper John,
Brook's Sproat BWO, RS2, BWO Hackle Stackers, Tilt Wing PMD, Extened
Body PMD, Mysis.
 

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just curious, what is the source of this was it quoted from another site or some other source?
 

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LOL..
kinda looks like a warmed over dow report i see the same basic thing at lots of fishing sites
 

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I hope I wasn't trying to come across to plug my site for this fishing report. I just put it together and thought I would send it out to everyone (I always include my free site in my signature for those that want to view former articles or friends pics of some big fish) 8)

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im just curious, what sources did you use to put it together?
 

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The Great Western Fly Fishing Co. in Loveland gives a pretty good detailed fishing report on their website. It's mostly the rivers but they do have a few lakes.
 
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It really looks like you are regurgitating fishing reports that you cut and paste from other peoples web sites. That information is very useful.

Chooch
 
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