South Boulder Creek
Latest Update 9/5/14- South Boulder Creek is fishing excellent below the dam. Look for pocket water behind boulders and try a bushy dry fly with a colorful psycho prince, caddis pupa or copper john dropped off the back for best results.
- Flow: 77.2 cfs
- Wind: 4 MPH
- Temp: 35.9 °F
- High/Low: 50/28
- Flow: 110 cfs
- Wind: 2 MPH
- Temp: 43.6 °F
- High/Low: 67/36
South Boulder Creek is another very productive piece of water just a little over an hour from Denver. The creek is your typical small stream freestone above Gross Reservoir. Below Gross Reservoir, anglers will find a productive tailwater fishery which flows through the Walker Ranch open space.
Winter/Spring: Midges, Baetis
Summer: Midges, mayflies, caddis, stoneflies terrestrials
Fall: Midges, mayflies, caddis
Boulder Creek is can be fished year round. Below the dam, in the tailwater section, can be very good and holds some surprisingly large fish. Midges are active throughout the year, however arguably the best way to fish this creek is in the warmer months with a dry dropper rig.
The Walker Ranch open space or Eldorado Canyon State Park are the most popular and can be very productive. No roads run along the river so a bit of hiking is required, however solitude can often await.
Above Gross Reservoir, parking is available at Pinecliffe.