05-12-2020Report by: Randy Hanner
It was chilly most of the day, with temps in the 40-50s. We fished a bit early at castle rock. The fishing was a little tough with the cold weather. We used dry droppers for this trip until the afternoon when we fished nymphs a bit. The fish weren’t rising at all and all of the strikes came on the droppers. We were able to get a couple on black zebra midges. Later in the day we moved close to Eben G.Fine park and fished the slower moving pools with red San Juan’s and bright flashy midges on our nymph rigs. We were able to get a few on the nymph rigs with the san Juan’s being the flavor of choice. Overall the fishing was a little slow I think due to the fresh cold front that came in the night before. We had a nice time out, and on a warmer day I think my guys would’ve done very well.
FRA Guide Tim Neering
Wind Conditions: Calm
Flow Level: CFS