Florida River Fishing Report
Florida River - CO (La Plata County)
by Duranglers Crew
215 CFS above
222 CFS (Below Lemon)
Below, the flows were recently dropped. It’s a little high, but rolling steady and fishing can be really good with nymphs and streamers. Try a euro rig or an olive Krystal Bugger.
Dry Dropper combos are a good idea as well.
Nymphs: Copper Johns 14-20, Hare’s Ear 16-18, San Juan Worms, Jigged Frenchies, Orange Crush, Prince nymphs 10-16, Runt Stone Golden 12-16, Flashback Pheasant Tail 14-18, Duracell Jig 12-16. Midge Pupa
Dries: Chubbies 8-12, Amys Ant 10-14, Stimulators 8-14.
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Duranglers Reportsfor Monday, June 26th, 2023
San Juan River : San Juan River Fishing Report
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
Rio Grande: Fishing is picking up on the Rio
Duranglers Reportsfor Thursday, June 1st, 2023
San Juan River : Flows will be up to about 5000 around June 1st and hold until mid-June
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