Summer is flying by once again, and as usual, it's been phenomenal. The rivers are in great shape, the fishing is good, and we have all been staying busy helping people catch fish.
Currently, the Roaring Fork and Frying Pan Rivers are fishing fantastic, top to bottom. We are transitioning out of our big summer bugs and into are fall baetis and midge cycles. Though there are Green Drakes and PMDs still to be found on the upper frying pan.
The Colorado is blown out from recent rains and will remain so for at least a few more days. This river has essentially been blown out for the last two weeks. When it clears, it will be like spring all over again. Hot, hungry fish, and lots of them.
Contact us about current conditions and to book some fall fishing. It is going to be an amazing September.
Though a bit delayed, here is a bunch of pictures I took on a Colorado Float about two and half weeks ago. Right before the mud showed up.
When it clears, it will be better than this.