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Trending Flies in Recent Reports

  1. Pheasant Tail  

  2. Amy's Ant  

  3. Ant  

  4. Caddis Larva  

  5. Chubby Chernoble  

  6. PMD  

  7. Parachute BWO  

  8. BWO Emerger  

  9. BWO  

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Recent Guide Reports

Jun 25 The Blue Quill Angler

Clarity: Tea colored unless we get afternoon storms then it is muddy

Major Food Organisms: Caddis an PMDs

Conditions: Fish are feeding on caddis larva and PMD nymphs under the surface right now with some surface activity in the evening. Dry-dropper rig or single fly euro rig is your best bet under the surface.

Suggested Patterns: Jigged Squirmys, Mop flies, Chubby Chernobyls, Amys Ant or any other large dry fly you can see followed by a #16 Jigged Soft Hackle Pleasant Tail, #16 Jigged Quill Nymph, #16 Devil Jig Green, #16 Hot Spot PT Jig, #14-#16 Perdigon (Bullet) Jig Brown.

This report was written by The Blue Quill Angler: http://www.bluequillangler.com
303-674-4700

Jun 24 The Blue Quill Angler

Clarity: Stained unless we get afternoon storms then it is muddy

Major Food Organisms: Caddis

Conditions: Fish are feeding on caddis larva under the surface right now with some surface activity in the evening. Dry-dropper rig or single fly euro rig is your best bet under the surface.

Suggested Patterns: Any jigged Euro Nymph right now will work as long as it is heavy. Jigged Squirmys, Mop flies, Chubby Chernobyls, Amys Ant or any other large dry fly you can see followed by a #16 Jigged Soft Hackle Pleasant Tail, #16 Jigged Quill Nymph, #16 Devil Jig Green, #16 Hot Spot PT Jig

This report was written by The Blue Quill Angler: http://www.bluequillangler.com
303-674-4700

Jun 18 The Blue Quill Angler

Clarity: Stained unless we get afternoon storms then it is muddy

Major Food Organisms: Caddis

Conditions: Fish are feeding on midges, BWO nymphs and caddis larva under the surface right now. Dry-dropper rig or single fly euro rig is your best bet under the surface and single or double BWO dries can really produce some fish right now.

Suggested Patterns: Any jigged Euro Nymph right now will work as long as it is heavy. Jigged Squirmys, Mop flies, Chubby Chernobyls, Amys Ant or any other large dry fly you can see followed by a #16 Jigged Soft Hackle Pleasant Tail, #16 Jigged Quill Nymph, #16 Devil Jig Green, #16 Hot Spot PT Jig

This report was written by The Blue Quill Angler: http://www.bluequillangler.com
303-674-4700

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