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  1. Parachute Adams  

  2. Prince Nymph  

  3. Rocky Mountain Mint  

  4. Chubby Chernoble  

  5. Hopper  

  6. Copper John  

  7. Thin Mint  

  8. Elk Hair Caddis  

  9. PMD  

  10. Sex Dungeon  

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Sep 19 St. Peter's Fly Shop

As we arrive in September, water has dropped considerably. The browns are now seeking deeper water and will soon begin to spawn in a couple of weeks. With water this low it is likely that the fish will be looking for a more stable and suitable environment and this is when the fishing can be a real grind back here. Your flies do not have to be fancy and the fish love Elk Hair Caddis, Standard Adam's, Parawullfs, Pheasant Tails, Hare's Ears and Prince Nymphs. Sticking to places like Chambers lake and even The Poudre River (about 40 minutes south) will offer a better experience on the water. If you have anymore questions feel free to drop us a line.

Recommended Flies:

Nymphs: Prince Nymph #12-18, Copper John #12-20, Hare's Ear #14-18, La Fontaine Pupa #14-16, Z-Wing Caddis #16, Pheasant Tail Nymph #14-20

Streamers: Sparkle Minnow, Platte River Spider, Thin Mint, Rubber Bugger, Mini Sex Dungeons

Dries: Adams #16-20, Parachute Blue Winged Olive #14-18, Rocky Mountain Mint PMD #16, Elk Hair Caddis Olive/Brown #12-16, Streambank Hopper #14-16, Griffiths Gnat #16-20, E/C Caddis #14-18, Pale Morning Dun #14-16, Chubby Chernobyl Black/Tan #14-16, Chubby Chernobyl Gold #12-16

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Sep 08 St. Peter's Fly Shop

As we arrive in September, water has dropped considerably. If you aren't familiar with this water, it is fairly small and it fishes best during the correct time of the year. Overnight temperatures have been dropping but we are still getting into some warmer afternoons. Still remember to temp the water during the warm days. Hopper will still be on the menu but consider sizing them down to a #14-#16. Water is going to be very shallow so your droppers might snag up a lot but you still may have the opportunity if there are some deeper runs. The dry fly fishing is outstanding at the right time of day so come prepared will a well stocked assortment of small caddis, hoppers, and mayflies. Your flies do not have to be fancy and the fish love Elk Hair Caddis, Standard Adam's, Parawullfs, Pheasant Tails, Hare's Ears and Prince Nymphs. If you have anymore questions feel free to drop us a line.

Recommended Flies:

Nymphs: Prince Nymph #12-18, Copper John #12-20, Hare's Ear #14-18, La Fontaine Pupa #14-16, Z-Wing Caddis #16, Pheasant Tail Nymph #14-20, PoxyBack PMD #16, RS2 Sparkle Wing #18-20

Streamers: Sparkle Minnow, Platte River Spider, Thin Mint, Rubber Bugger, Mini Sex Dungeons

Dries: Adams #16-20, Parachute Blue Winged Olive #14-18, Rocky Mountain Mint PMD #16, Elk Hair Caddis Olive/Brown #12-16, Streambank Hopper #12-14, Griffiths Gnat #16-20, E/C Caddis #14-18, Pale Morning Dun #14-16, Chubby Chernobyl Black/Tan #14-16, Chubby Chernobyl Gold #12-16

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To book your guide trip on any available waters, please contact the shop at (970)498-8968.

This report was written by St. Peter's Fly Shop: http://www.stpetes.com
970-498-8968

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