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Date:
Thu, 9 Jun, 2016
Went over to rock creek for the last three days for an excellent stay in the mountains With some excellent fishing with salmonflies,
Date:
Mon, 1 Feb, 2016
Fishing Water Report:
The warmer weather of the last couple of weeks has made Rock Creek fishable with things starting around 11am. The nymphing has been working well including San Juan’s, Princes, ... moreLightning bugs, and Rubberlegs. Keep your dry flies at home as there is no action on top.
Date:
Tue, 15 Dec, 2015
Fishing Water Report:
The bigger fish are hanging low so keep your Nymphs and Streamers all the way on the bottom. Be careful of the ice that has formed along the shore. Midge activity will be weak until ... moreJanuary.
Date:
Tue, 1 Dec, 2015
Fishing Water Report:
As we approach the winter months, Rock Creek is best with nymphs and streamers. Wait till January to break out your Midges.
Date:
Sun, 15 Nov, 2015
Fishing Water Report:
Time to start fishing streamers. As it warms in the afternoons, you can try some ants and beetles. Down deeper are the larger fish. Baetis hatches are appearing in the morning.