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Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 6-13-13

Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 6-13-13

The canyon is really starting to really heat up. Hatches of midges, caddis, and salmonflies along with the appearance of hoppers has got the fish all fired up and is making for some excellent fishing. The flows have hovered around 70 cfs. for a few weeks now and have been pushing some San Juan Worms...
Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 3/22/13

Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 3/22/13

It’s that time of the year again…. The ice is melting, the grass is beginning to pop up again, and fish are out and feeding heavily. Waterton has been fishing very well these past few weeks and we only expect it to get better from here on out. Though the lower section is pretty much...

Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 11/21/12

Waterton Canyon is on fire! They recently stocked the lower deep pools and runs with rainbow trout fingerlings who are very willing to take most flies they can fit in their mouths…. We have landed amazing amounts of fish using a 2 or 3 fly nymph rig fished deep. I fish my indicator 7ft above...
Manthey's Wingman Nymph

Manthey’s Wingman Nymph

Waterton Canyon can be a very tough place to fish in the summer time when the browns get picky after seeing just about every fly pattern known to man. This nymph was something I came up with after a long day of watching fish eat PMD nymphs during an intense pre-hatch period when thousands of...

Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 10-7-12

Weather: 51° and sunny with a slight breeze. Flows: Waterton Canyon is running at ” absolute minimum” according to Denver Water but it is still highly fishable. Hatch: Pseudo Baetis starting to come off at about 1:00 heaviest at about 3:00 PM continuing until dusk Fly Patterns: #20-22 CDC BWO Comparadun, #20 CDC Parachute BWO,...
Waterton Canyon Fishing Report

Waterton Canyon Fishing Report

Rating: 8/10 Stream Flow: 105.7 CFS. Bugs: Heavy PMD hatch in early morning (7-9 am) with light hatches of small tan caddis throughout the day becoming heaviest in the      evening.(4-6pm). Golden stones are starting to show up along with a few late Salmnflies throughout the day. Aquatic worms and midge’s are also present and the...