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Colorado River (Below Glenwood)

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Colorado River (Below Glenwood)

Rating: 3/5

Current River Conditions

February 14, 2023

Flows have reached their late fall/winter levels, which means they're low but still easily floatable. Midges have been the predominant hatch lately, so be ready to fish tiny. Dry fly fishing has been dwindling as the days go on, but still give it a go as the fish are always eager to rise. If you aren't seeing any heads, nymphing the deep holes and runs, as well as streamer fishing can be super productive. 


Dries:

Klinkhammer, Cream Midge, Griffith's Gnat

 

Nymphs:

Perdigons in various colors 14-20, Pat's Rubber Legs 8-12, North Platte Emerger Purple 18-20, Zebra midge in various colors 18-22, Flux capacitor brown 18-24, Poison tung 18-20, Ice Queen Grey 18-20, Copper John in various colors 14-20, Hare's Ear 14-20, Glass Bullet in various colors 16-22, Eggs

 

Streamers:

Kreelex, Articulated Sparkle Yummy, Butt Monkey, Montana Humdinger

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