Reporter: Trout's Staff
Water Clarity: Clear
Current Fishing Conditions:
June Fishing Report:
Summer is a great time to visit the Dream Stream section of the South Platte River. Flows are generally over 100cfs, making for ideal fishing conditions for the resident trout holding in this river. There is an abundance of insects hatching, so having an assortment of flies that can "match the hatch" is ideal. Dry dropper rigs are our favored method of fishing right now, although the die-hard nymph angler will find good success as well. Keep in mind that with warmer day time temperatures, fishing will generally be most productive in the early morning hours (sunrise to 11am) and later afternoon to evening (3pm to dark). Fish will be spread out throughout the river, allowing ample room for anglers.
Amy's Ant 10-14, Grillos Pool Toy 10-14, Chubby Chernobyl 10-16, Parachute Hopper 10-14, PMX 10-16, Stimulators 10-16, Royal Wulff 10-16, Parachute Adams 12-18, Parachute Caddis 12-16, Snowshoe Caddis 12-16, Pheasant Tail 14-18, Copper John 14-18, Scuds, Morrishs Anato-May sz. 16-20, Bead Wing Midge sz. 20-24, Black Beauty sz. 18-22, RS2 sz. 18-22, Tungsten Poison sz. 18-22, Barrs Emerger sz. 18-22, Rainbow Warrior sz. 18-22, Winter Baetis sz. 18-22, Adult Midge sz. 18-22, Griffiths Gnat sz. 20-22, Para Extended Body BWO sz. 16-24
Fall is upon us and the Browns have moved into the Dream creating a fisherman frenzy in the South Park Valley. The Browns are in and actively chasing streamers and eating egg patterns. You will see a lot of people up there so be prepared to do some serious walking and move around other anglers.
Dries: Nymphs: Streamers: