Fishing Report for September, 2006

Saturday, September 30th, 2006

Fishing Report

We have had several trips down this past week. Fishing is a little slower than normal, but we are seeing more and more larger browns. Hooking into several larger fish, but using lighter tippets, (which are a must), makes for more of a challenge. Fish sizes have been 6 lbs to 11 lbs.

It’s been still hard to pin point the water generation. Running at some time during the day.

Fly picks:

bigger dry flies
small scud patterns sz 20/22 in tan or gray
prismatic emerger
WD-40 midges in gray 20/22
Chamois worms
Creme south platte brassies

Wednesday, September 20th, 2006

Fishing Report

The big browns are starting to move up to the Dam! Starting to see more and more everyday. Big trophy days are just around the corner!
Dam generation is still sporatic. Running at different times everyday.
Really need to use light fluorocarbon tippet.

Hot flies are:
griffiths gnat
mosquito
scuds in sizes 20 & 22 in tan or gray
soft hackles
WD-40’s in gray or cinnamon
cotton candy micro jig
Apricot egg patterns

Monday, September 11th, 2006

Fishing Report

Recent patterns have been:
Scuds: gray or tan size 18-22
San Juan worms: peach or burnt orange
Cracklebacks: red or chart.
Renegades and mosquitos
WD-40 midge: gray or black
Cotton candy or bedspread micro jig
Gray sculpin

Water generation has been sporatic. But still not running much.

Wednesday, September 6th, 2006

Fishing Report

This past Labor Day weekend was very busy. We had several clients out fishing. We are starting to see some really nice larger fish.
Monday, a 12+ lb. rainbow was landed. It was a huge fish! He caught it on a small gray scud, and released it after a couple photos!
Tuesday we had a couple of guys out and one of them landed a 7 1/2 lb rainbow! He took it on a red neck micro jig.

The two clients we had out today did really well, they were worn out, but had a good time! The red neck micro did really well for them also.

It won’t be too much longer before we start seeing large browns.

They still have been running water in the afternoons, Yesterday they only ran 1 generator and as of this writing they have 1 on, turning it on at 3 pm.

Fly Box picks:
Red neck micro jig, or the bedspread micro jig
Scuds: in gray or tan (smaller sizes)
Small white egg patterns
Gray sculpins
Red or green south platte brassies
WD-40’s in gray or cinnamon

Friday, September 1st, 2006

Fishing Report

Today we hooked two big fish on grey WD-40’s #20. Starting to see more and more big fish but still 2-3 weeks from the spawn. Chamois worms worked today, but strikes slow down on it closer to noon. I’ve been using more streamers the past couple days and a #10 black wooly bugger was working early. Some other choices that work would still be: #14 renegades, #16-#20 scuds in tan, #16 San Juan Worm (red), and #12 apricot egg patterns. The generation has been good for fishing lately turning 1 generator on at 1 o’clock. Good luck everybody.