Fishing Reports For Boulder Colorado

We realize that for most folks, fly fishing is a passion you enjoy on the weekends, after work, or when the conditions justify calling in sick! You want to maximize your time when you do get an opportunity to get out. That’s exactly why we strive to keep our Boulder fly fishing reports up to date more than any other shop in the region. No more spending half of your outing trying to figure out why the fish keep refusing your fly!

Boulder Creek See Full Report

Barker Reservoir has stopped spilling, and water flows are settling into their sweet spot quickly! Dry fly action has been great, and the Creek has been producing smiles daily!

Boulder Creek Water Flow Graphs


South Boulder Creek See Full Report

S. Boulder Creek is fishing great throughout the drainage, making it a solid close to home option right now. Flows are in the sweet-spot below Gross Reservoir, and there have been some strong hatches recently.

South Boulder Creek Water Flow Graphs

Clear Creek See Full Report

Clear Creek is finally starting to settle down. We’re just about down to a normal summer flow. Try the area around Mayhem Gulch and target the outer edges or any soft water behind boulders with a dry dropper rig and hold on.

Clear Creek Water Flow Graphs


Big Thompson See Full Report

Probably the most consistent water on the front range right now. Dry fly fishing has really picked up below Olympus Dam.

Big Thompson River Water Flow Graphs


Blue River See Full Report

With all the people chasing the big bugs on the Colorado, the Blue has been left fairly deserted. Although flows are still high, if you can find wadeable water, it’s game on!

Blue River Water Flow Graphs