River Report
Report Bugs Weather Map River Rating: Current Temp: 41°F 
River Statistics:
Lot's of action on the Colorado with reports of clear water all the way west to rifle!! Our namesake river is doing great even close to the headwaters...Pumphouse has already seen some great spring floats with flows hanging around 800cfs...Basically just get up there!!! Spring is upon us so get ready for some serious BWO hatches. Nymph deep in the mornings with a girdle bug or larger pheasant tail up top and your favorite bwo dropped below, if you see the action move up the water column throw that dry dropper on the banks and hold on. The streamer bite should be on for those floating pump house to twin bridges.....there is fly we like to call the ramp to ramp....The infamous sparkle minnow is all you need. If a little more solitude is your thing than head further west towards Glenwood Springs and chase down the caddis that have just started popping off this past week. As of now most of the river is gin clear with flows to die for, it's spring so it can change at the drop of your hat. Call for the most up to date spring conditions.

Report Updated On: 04/26/2015
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