San Juan River

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Trending Flies in Recent Reports

  1. Parachute Adams  

  2. Rainbow Warrior  

  3. Disco Midge  

  4. Flash Midge Pupa  

  5. Egg Pattern  

  6. Adult Midge  

  7. CDC Midge  

  8. San Juan Worm  

  9. Midge Pupa  

  10. Comparadun  

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Recent Guide Reports

Jan 25 Duranglers

Temps have dropped with recent storms. Below the hot springs, there might be a few warmer fish. Small nymphs and midges will be the go-to

Patterns/Bugs:
Nymphs: Prince nymphs 16-18, Silver Bead Rainbow Warrior 16-22, Killer May 18-24, Juans Sniper Baeits 20-24, Disco Midge 18-22, RS-2s 18-22, Tavs Big Mac Pupa Grey and Black, RS-2 20-24.
Dries: Parachute Adams 20-24, Griffith Gnat 20-24.

This report was written by Duranglers: http://www.duranglers.com
(970) 385-4081

Jan 25 Duranglers

The San Juan River Quality Waters below Navajo Dam within the state park is NOT OPEN TO NONRESIDENTS.
The lake has turned over a little bit, but fishing has remained good. With winter storms rolling in, fishing can be great before and during the snow.
Worm and egg patterns and larger (relatively speaking) nymphs with flash have been catching fish. Dry fly fishing has been ok with midges and Baetis dries.

Patterns/Bugs:
Midges 18-24: Black Flash Midge Pupa, Sidewinder Midge Pupa, Tavs Big Mac, Disco Midge, CDC Midge Dry, Parachute Adams.
San Juan Worms: Red, Wine, Orange. Red and Orange Annelids. Egg Patterns. Silver Bead Rainbow Warrior 16-22.
Baetis: Brown Baetis Nymph 20-24, Split Back BWO 20-22, Parachute Adams and BWO Comparadun 20-24.

This report was written by Duranglers: http://www.duranglers.com
(970) 385-4081

Jan 11 Duranglers

Picking up with the warmer weather, and below the hot springs, there might be a few warmer fish. Small nymphs and midges will be the go-to

Patterns/Bugs:
Nymphs: Prince nymphs 16-18, Silver Bead Rainbow Warrior 16-22, Killer May 18-24, Juans Sniper Baeits 20-24, Disco Midge 18-22, RS-2s 18-22, Tavs Big Mac Pupa Grey and Black, RS-2 20-24.
Dries: Parachute Adams 20-24, Griffith Gnat 20-24.

This report was written by Duranglers: http://www.duranglers.com
(970) 385-4081

Jan 11 Duranglers

The San Juan River Quality Waters below Navajo Dam within the state park is NOT OPEN TO NONRESIDENTS.
The lake has turned over a little bit, but fishing is really pretty good. Worm and egg patterns and larger (relatively speaking) nymphs with flash have been catching fish. Dry fly fishing has been ok.

Patterns/Bugs:
Midges 18-24: Black Flash Midge Pupa, Sidewinder Midge Pupa, Tavs Big Mac, Disco Midge, CDC Midge Dry, Parachute Adams.
San Juan Worms: Red, Wine, Orange. Red and Orange Annelids. Egg Patterns. Silver Bead Rainbow Warrior 16-22.
Streamers: Kreelex, Simi Seal Leech, Cheech Leech, Buggers

This report was written by Duranglers: http://www.duranglers.com
(970) 385-4081

Fly Shop Directory

Website: http://www.duranglers.com
Phone Number: (970) 385-4081
Address: Duranglers Flies and Supplies 923 Main Ave.
Website: http://www.headsupflyfishing.com
Phone Number: (970) 984-8433
Address: 130 Co Rd 742, Almont, CO 81210
Website: http://creedeflyfishing.com/index.php
Phone Number: 719-658-2482
Address: 116 N. Main St, Creede, CO 81130
Website: http://thesanjuanangler.com
Phone Number: (970) 382-9978
Address: 600 Main Avenue #202, Durango, CO 81301
Website: http://troutsflyfishing.com
Phone Number: 303-733-1434
Address: 1303 E. 6TH Ave, Denver, CO 80218
Website: http://www.wolfcreekanglers.com
Phone Number: 719-873-1414
Address: 169 Pagosa St. Pagosa, CO, 81147