River Report
Report Bugs Weather Map River Rating: River Flow: 379 cfsCurrent Temp: 61°F 
River Statistics:
»At Canyon Mouth
Current:   379 cfs
6 Hrs Ago:   386 cfs
12 Hrs Ago:   398 cfs
24 Hrs Ago:   404 cfs
Gage Height:   3.68 ft

Dropping and clearing, dropping and clearing the trend across the state continues and the Poudre is no exception. Fishing all along the Cache has been nothing short of spectacular. Water clarity is up as well as temperatures and this has really allowed the bug activity to increase. Dry-dropper rigs are going to be the standard for the Cache. Hoppers and Cicadas are the terrestrials of choice. Larger tippet, 3-4X, is acceptable as well, not only to help with he size of the fish but with the willows and trees that line the river as well. Droppers that have been producing are caddis pupa and larva as well as p-tails and midge patterns. BH nymphs should be 12-20 inches below the dropper for best success. Last but not least as far as fly selection, consider tossing a streamer into the mix for a shot at one of the bigger fish this river has to offer. Streamers will be more effective lower in the canyon and through town. Sparkle minnows, sculpzillas and buggers. Be sure to check the current flows before heading up to the river, as the water will continue to rise through these next few weeks, and it's no fun to drive an hour to a river only to have it be blown out. Call the shop for the most up to date flows and conditions.

Report Updated On: 07/11/2016
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