St. Vrain Creek Fly Fishing Report
- Flow: 127 cfs
- Wind: N/A MPH
- Temp: N/A °F
A textbook Colorado small stream freestone in every sense of the word, the St. Vrain was hit hard by the floods of fall 2013. All 4 species of trout live here and love to eat dry flies during the warmer months.
Winter/Spring: Midges, Baetis
Summer: Caddis, Mayflies, Small Stoneflies, Terrestrials, Attractor Dry Flies
Fall: Mayflies, Midges, Caddis.
The St. Vrain can be fished year round, however like most small streams, really shines during the summer months when the dry fly fishing is at it's peak.
Highway #7 follows the St. Vrain for apprixmately ten miles. there are numerous public access along this route.
A trailhead off Hwy 72 at County Road 96 is another good option if you're looking to get off the pavement and hike into the backcountry.