River Report
Report Bugs Weather Map River Rating: River Flow: 77 cfsCurrent Temp: 46°F 
River Statistics:
»At Canyon Mouth
Current:   77 cfs
Gage Height:   2.95 ft

The Poudre has been fishing well top to bottom, with fish looking up all day long now that we've gotten through the dog days of Summer. Ants, beetles, and Hoppers have all been picking up their fair share of fish, and the BWO hatch has been growing by the day. Dry droppers rigs have been the name of the game, with most any fish that shies away from the terrestrial coming back to eat a small attractor nymph or even a BWO emerger. If you happen upon a bluebird day, don't be surprised to see a few Caddis skating around as well, and be sure to have a few Elk Hairs or X Caddis in your box to match them. With the lower Fall flows, be sure to size your tippet down and move slowly; taking your time moving from spot to spot and maintaining a low profile will result in a few extra eats over the course of the day. Be sure to call us at the shop for the most up to date Poudre reports!

Report Updated On: 10/05/2015
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