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!

Fishing Around Boulder In A Nutshell

Boulder Creek See Full Report

As of 1/20 the recent warmer weather had opened things up a bit. The deep holes in Eben G. Fine are currently open and fishable. Above that things ice up quickly. Anywhere deep and free of ice will hold fish and if you can get your nymphs deep enough (you may need multiple BB split shot in some of the deepest) you will find fish on the feed. With the low, clear water in town, consider dropping your tippet and fly size. Concentrate on attractors as your lead fly with small midge patterns trailed behind.

Boulder Creek Water Flow Graphs

South Boulder Creek See Full Report

The best bet for S. Boulder Creek is going to be at the tailwater below Gross Reservoir. As long as flows stay where they are for a while ice won’t be a problem and there will be plenty of open water.

South Boulder Creek Water Flow Graphs

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Clear Creek See Full Report

Clear Creek is really starting to see ice. Find open areas where the sun can hit it and concentrate on the deeper holes. As of 1/20 it seemed that from huntsman gulch down had open areas, although there were shady areas that contained shelf ice.

Clear Creek Water Flow Graphs

Big Thompson See Full Report

It is officially cold! It is time for anglers that like to fish in the winter to begin to only focus on tailwater fisheries. Lucky for us, we have a great one within an hour drive from Boulder.The Big T should be on every winter anglers radar. Although cold and often windy, the stretch below Lake Estes still has a lot of fish actively feeding. Small flies, light tippet, subtle presentations, and patience are key here this time of year.

Big Thompson River Water Flow Graphs

Blue River See Full Report

The Blue has been holding steady at 110 for some time now, and has been a great winter option. With the work being done on the dam, the primary bugs are still tiny midges. Mysis are still picking up a few fish, but with the siphoning happening, shrimp aren’t currently getting sucked into the system. Because of the size of the fish you’ll encounter start with 5x, and downsize from there. Egg Patterns, Mysis Shrimp and tiny Midge patterns have been the most consistent.

Blue River Water Flow Graphs