River Report
Report Bugs Weather Map River Rating: River Flow: 386 cfs Current Temp: 73°F 
River Statistics:
» Northgate Canyon
Current:   386 cfs
6 Hrs Ago:   396 cfs
12 Hrs Ago:   402 cfs
24 Hrs Ago:   402 cfs
Gage Height:   3.10 ft

Upper Platte is fishing good with Stones, Drakes, and PMDs'. Tricos will start soon as well. The dry fly fishing from the state line to Saratoga is excellent, and the streamer fishing has been best on cloudy days. Salmonflies have passed, but Goldens, sallies, and drakes are still on the menu. Cicadas too. Flows have dropped making wade fishing the best right now. Look for high temps and flood irrigation to start to drive the water temperatures upward toward the end of the month. Sometimes the lower stretches start to approach upper 60's and even 70 degrees by august 1. The tailwaters downstream are fishing good as well. The Reef has been the over performer, with Freemont providing good action for wade fishers. Streamer bite at the reef is good as well. The mile has been improving but running high as water is moving to fill Pathfinder. If Pathfinder gets full, the fall should be great at the Mile. For now look for the Golden Stones at the Mile to be going. On the reef it is sallies, PMD's and caddis, especially in the evenings. The dry fly fishing is starting to take off on the tail waters as well, and hopper dropper to the outside cut bank with Amy's Ants and Chornobyls is working too. Nymphing remains great too with Jujubaetis, RS2's, Magnymphico, leeches, scuds, rock worms, tungstones, and various PMD Nymphs. What a year!
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