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 Cache La Poudre River
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Report Bugs Weather Map River Rating: River Flow: 995 cfs Current Temp: 58°F 
River Statistics:
» At Canyon Mouth
Current:   995 cfs
6 Hrs Ago:   924 cfs
12 Hrs Ago:   774 cfs
24 Hrs Ago:   863 cfs
Gage Height:   4.37 ft

The Poudre has cleared nicely, and continues to drop. Lower canyon may still get nasty and dirty after heavy rains, but if not the fishing has been rock solid. Try dry dropper to the edges. Chubbies and Foam Golden Stones with various tungsten droppers at @2 feet has been the ticket. Try nymph rigs or longer dry dropper set ups if things start slow. The fish are still holding in the softer water, or the edges and structure closer to the bank. Starting to see a few drakes showing up and mixing with the PMD's Caddis and Stones. The buffet is open, and the fish are on the feed. The waters should continue to drop this month, making for some excellent dry fly angling. Caddis, drakes, and red quills can make evenings on the Poudre downright epic. get wet and get bent.
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