River Report
Report Bugs Weather Map River Rating: River Flow: 89 cfsCurrent Temp: 7°F 
River Statistics:
»Above 4 mile Canyon
Current:   89 cfs
6 Hrs Ago:   114 cfs
12 Hrs Ago:   127 cfs
24 Hrs Ago:   130 cfs

Nederland
Current:   4 cfs
6 Hrs Ago:   7 cfs
12 Hrs Ago:   4 cfs
24 Hrs Ago:   4 cfs

It may be November, but the fish in the Creek seem to think we're living in an eternal August! Dry dropper rigs are generally better suited for the low flows we see this time of year, and most of your eats will come off the nymph, but don't be surprised when fish comes up and eats your dry fly either! Think about throwing Blue Winged Olives, as well as smaller attractors such as Ants, Beetles, and small Stimulators, and trailing various bead-head BWO's or Midges off the back. 6x tippet can be a big help this time of year, and the fact that we've seen really low-water conditions for quite some time now makes that even more true. If you're headed out to fish the Creek, save yourself some time and avoid going way up the canyon- the best stretches this time of year are the very bottom portion of the canyon, or anywhere through town, where deeper holes make it easier for the fish to relax and focus on eating. The Browns in Boulder Creek are always willing to chase a small streamer such as a Thin Mint or small Sparkle Minnow, and this is even more true in the Fall. With fish eating dries, nymphs, and streamers, and the best water being so close to home, there's really no excuse not to fish the Creek these days. Get out there!

Report Updated On: 11/06/2016
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