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The Upper Ruby is still fishing good. There are still lots of hoppers--you need to fish hoppers. You don't have to rush to get out ther. Show up around 11:00am or even 12:00. The Ruby ... moreis a nice place to fish away from the Conrow Fire and the Meyers Fire. It's a little cooler, a little les smoky. Fish up at the forest service access are smaller than the lower ruby: 8" to 13". Fifteen is a whopper. There have also been a few ants sighted, so the hopper ant combo is probably the ticket. If that doesn't work throw a little head under the hopper.

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Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Tuesday, 5 Sep, 2017
Fish Caught:
9-12 fish
Upper ruby on the forest service is fishing well on nymphs a few hoppers starting to show up. A small bead under hopper seems to do the trick ... more
below the dam has been good on small dries especially late
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Wednesday, 13 Jul, 2016
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Upper ruby is starting to run off. Lower ruby is fishing really well, lots of rainbows in the system! Bugs: streamers color is a key to the ruby this time of year; don't be scared ... moreto experiment with lots of colors and tie's, like sparkle minnows or jj cone heads. The ruby this time of year is a fundamental fishery in the sense that traditional flies are the hot ticket to success. Prince nymphs of different varieties, pheasant tails, worms, small girdle bugs, and hares ears! In the evening midges and BWO's and fish can be taken readily in the afternoon hours on these dry fly imitations.

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Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Wednesday, 13 Apr, 2016
Fish Caught:
13-19 fish
The warmer weather has brought out the hatches and fish on the Ruby River. The Ruby tends to be a nice winter-time option as the winds are mild and the dams protect the waters from ... moreice shelves. Nymphing has been hot and we have seen some risers on Midge hatches. Small, non-descript patterns like Zebra Midges and RS-2s are consistent producers.
Fishing Water Report:
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Date:
Monday, 1 Feb, 2016
The browns have finished their spawning. Streamers with Nymphs are working well. Stick to near the dam for more action. The storm will break Friday and temperatures will improve to ... morethe low 40’s so look for those hatches.
Fishing Water Report:
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Date:
Tuesday, 15 Dec, 2015
Fish Caught:
1-3 fish
Streamer fishing with a bead are your best bet on the Ruby River. Near the dam tends to have the largest concentration of fish. Woolly Buggers and small Copper Johns or Princes are ... moredoing well. Browns are still being caught but they are just finishing up their spawning. Water temperature is running warmer in the afternoon. Try a Sculpin streamer with a slow swing in the deeper pools.
Fishing Water Report:
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Date:
Tuesday, 1 Dec, 2015
The Ruby River is a good fishing late fall and winter fishery. With plenty of trout to be had ranging from 8-18 inches. Streamer fishing and nymphing are fishing very well. Near the ... moredam are the largest concentrations of fish. The flows will be down on this already small wade fishery so working the obvious water is fairly easy.
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2015
Fish Caught:
9-12 fish