Dry/Droppers might not be a bad idea still

San Juan River - Pagosa Springs , CO (Archuleta County)

by Duranglers Crew

Water Conditions


  • Flow: 41.9 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 3.39 ft




Fishing Conditions

Dry/Droppers might not be a bad idea still.  Start out with a terrestrial pattern and a smaller dropper.  Watch for hatches of BWOs and Caddis.

With cooler weather, it may be prudent to fish a full nymph rig, or even string up your Euro rod.  Streamers too!


Nymphs: Prince nymphs 12-16, Pat’s Rubberlegs 6-12 or Jigged Pats 8-14, Black and Copper Copper Johns 12-16,  20 Incher 10-14, Pheasant Tails 18-22, RS-2 18-20Rainbow Warrior 18-22, RS-2 18-20, San Juan Worms, Barr’s Graphic Caddis 16-18, TBH Jig Caddis 14-18, Elk Hair Caddis 14-18, EC Caddis 16-18.

Hoppers/Attractors: Morrish Hopper 8-12, Chubbies 10-16, Sweetgrass Hopper 8-14.

BWOs: BWO Vis-a-Dun 18-22, Parachute Adams 16-22,  Pheasant Tails 18-22,  Killer Mayfly Brown and Olive 18-20.

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