Fishing is picking up on the Rio
by Duranglers Crew
550 CFS (30 Mile)
1420 CFS (Wagon Wheel)
Fishing is picking up on the Rio. Expect hatches of stones, caddis, and even a few mayflies to be around.
“If you cut off the dropper, they always eat the hopper”. -Mark Engler
Stone Dries 4-10: Chubbies, Simulators, Mill Creek Golden. Rogue Foam Stone, Sofa Pillow.
Caddis: Elk Hair Caddis 12-16, Peacock Caddis 12-16, EZ Caddis 12-16.
12-16 Parachute Adams and Guide Chute Hares Ear.
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Duranglers Reportsfor Monday, June 26th, 2023
Animas River: Animas River Fishing Report
San Juan River: San Juan River CO Fishing Report
Piedra River: Piedra River Fishing Report
Los Pinos River: Los Pinos River Fishing Report
Dolores River- Below McPhee: Dolores River Below McPhee Fishing Report.
Dolores River- Above McPhee: Dolores River Above McPhee Fishing Report
Duranglers Reportsfor Thursday, June 1st, 2023
Animas River: It’s a weird start to summer
San Juan River: Flows are dropping, and nymph fishing might actually start to pick up
Piedra River: Falling Flows are dropping but it’s still pretty high
Los Pinos River: Below the dam, fishing will be better than above, but flows are up
Dolores River- Below McPhee: Dolores River Below McPhee Report
Dolores River- Above McPhee: Falling Flows are still high, dirty, cold
Rio Grande: The Rio is still in runoff season
Florida River: Runoff is subsiding above, but still high now
San Miguel River: High-water nymph rigs will be your friend