Bear Creek Fly Fishing Report
Latest Update: 3/29/16 - Bear Creek- like all freestones- is starting to wake up from winter. Flows are low (approx 30ish cfs) as of this writing- so if you do happen to venture here make sure to cover water, focus on the deeper areas, and stick with the usual spring-time patterns for the area: worms/eggs/baetis/midges.
- Flow: 176 cfs
- Wind: N/A MPH
- Temp: N/A °F
Bear Creek is a great spot close to Metro Denver, especially for those that only have a few hours to wet a line. This is 3wt water or smaller, so leave the big sticks at home. During the Fall and Winter months, productivity of the fishing will depend highly on the time of day and overall weather conditions. Fishing will be best from 11am - 4pm, particularly on the warmer and sunny days. Adverse weather will most likely create difficult conditions and potential high and off color water. This is a good year round option as Bear Creek will rarely freeze for prolonged periods of time.
Tips and Tricks:
"Lair of the Bear" is the most heavily fished area along Bear Creek. Explore a bit and you may be pleasantly surprised.
BWO's, Baetis, Midges, Eggs, Worms
We love Bear Creek due to it's close proximity to our shop in Denver. Within 30 minutes, anytime between Spring and Fall you can fly fish on Bear Creek. In the Winter, it's probably best to look at tailwater options as everything tends to freeze over.
- Town of Morrison
- Lair of the Bear
- O'Fallon Park
- Corwina Park
- Town of Evergreen