River Report
Report Bugs Weather Map River Rating: River Flow: 29 cfs Current Temp: 73°F 
River Statistics:
Above 4 mile Canyon
Current:   33 cfs
6 Hrs Ago:   34 cfs
12 Hrs Ago:   49 cfs
24 Hrs Ago:   35 cfs
Gage Height:   2.22 ft

Boulder
Current:   -888 cfs
6 Hrs Ago:   -888 cfs
12 Hrs Ago:   -888 cfs
24 Hrs Ago:   -888 cfs
Gage Height:   0.37 ft

» Nederland
Current:   29 cfs
6 Hrs Ago:   28 cfs
12 Hrs Ago:   29 cfs
24 Hrs Ago:   28 cfs
Gage Height:   1.12 ft

Fishing good through town and up into the lower canyon. From Sugarloaf downstream has been the most productive with nymphs, town has been banging with streamers and dries on the warmer days. Small stones are mixing in with midges, and some olives have been seen recently as well. The dry dropper fishing is starting to take off as well, and gets red hot by April when we see the stones and olives become much thicker. A shallow 2 fly nymph rig seems best for now. If town is off color and too muddy from flood clean up, try fishing either close to 4 Mile Canyon, or up by the tunnell. Fishing access improve through this month as the creek continue to shed ice. Look for stretches above Sugarloaf to fish best on warmer days, or by months end. Overnight lows influence the next days fishing this tiome of year, so town is a great spot to start if you head out early. Good flies continue to be small Prince Nymphs, Rainbow Warrior, Zebra Midges, Poison Tungs, Iron Lotus, Jigged Ptails, JuJuBaetis, and Hares Ears. Try san juans in the stained water. Look for smaller attractor dries to fish good through the warmest part of the day. Evening midge hatches get thick by the end of March as well. Getting there!
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