St. Vrain Creek

Latest Guide Report


Report by: Rachel Donati

Flies used: Chubbit Chernobly (green/brown), Squirmy Worm (pink&red), juju beatis (yellow),
Jigged Caddis (black), Perdigon (flash)
Fishing Conditions: Flows were at approximately 294 cfs, clear and sunny in the morning with and overcast
afternoon. Water clarity was about average with a slightly murky tint.

Toughest part of the day was battling the tubers/kayakers

Guide: Seth Martin

Guide Rating
Weather Experienced

Wind Conditions: Calm
Precipitation: None
Water Observations

Water Temperature:
Flow Level: CFS
Runoff? Light-Stain

Fly Fishing the St. Vrain

The creek is full of opportunistic fish that are eager to take a dry fly, so take advantage of the great caddis, blue wing olive and terrestrial fishing. The midges that call the St. Vrain home are active all year and are always a safe bet come the colder months of the year. This is a great chance to get out and test some of those midge patterns that you have been drooling over all winter. The Fishing in the town of Lyons can be fantastic.