Laramie River

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  1. Parachute Adams  

  2. Chubby Chernoble  

  3. Hopper  

  4. Copper John  

  5. Pat's Rubberlegs  

  6. Sculpzilla  

  7. RS-2  

  8. Thin Mint  

  9. Baetis Nymph  

  10. Hare's Ear  

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Jun 22 St. Peter's Fly Shop

The Laramie has been seeing some phenomenal flows! With the warmer temperatures in the high country, fish will be looking up for the big meals! We've seen the flows drop into great shape as we round out the month of June. Fish are starting to move actively and they are enjoying the bountiful months that we have ahead! Caddis and hopper patterns will be producing well throughout the day as the day time temperatures stay lower in the high country. Both the fish and bugs will love cooler water temps and warm sun! Fish pockets and foam lines in this river, fish will be stacked in these spots so once you find one, there will be more! Don't be afraid to cover water, if you're not finding fish keep moving into likely water, work runs inside out, once you find where fish are holding, keep fishing similar cover and structure. We are almost in our peak summer season, so don't shy away from your confidence summer time patterns, fish are looking for big bugs both above and below the surface!

Recommended Flies:

Nymphs: Pheasant tail #16-22, Hares Ear #16-22, Micro Girdle Bugs #18, Tung Baetis Jig #18-20, Copper John #14-20, RS2 #18-24, Mayhem #18-22

Streamers: Thin Mint #8-12, Wolly Buggers (White, Black, or Olive) #6-12, Slump Buster #6, Sculpzilla #8

Dries: Parachute Adams and Small Chubbies could produce a few, less than intelegent fish, but I would focus my efforts subsurface until we see some warmer air and water temps at the higher elevations

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Jun 21 St. Peter's Fly Shop

The Laramie has been seeing some phenomenal flows! With the warmer temperatures in the high country, fish will be looking up for the big meals! Caddis and hopper patterns will be producing well throughout the day as the cooler temps will allow these bugs to have more desirable conditions to be hatching! We are almost in our peak summer season, so don't shy away from your confidence summer time patterns, fish are starting to move into their summer holding spots! Work water meticulously, and keep searching to find those fish!

Recommended Flies:

Nymphs: Pheasant tail #16-22, Hares Ear #16-22, Micro Girdle Bugs #18, Tung Baetis Jig #18-20, Copper John #14-20, RS2 #18-24, Mayhem #18-22

Streamers: Thin Mint #8-12, Wolly Buggers (White, Black, or Olive) #6-12, Slump Buster #6, Sculpzilla #8

Dries: Parachute Adams and Small Chubbies could produce a few, less than intelegent fish, but I would focus my efforts subsurface until we see some warmer air and water temps at the higher elevations

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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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