Current River Flow Updates
Latest update: 4/3/20 -- Flows below Williams Fork Reservoir are at 70.7 cfs then at Kremmling are around 682 cfs. There is open water below the Williams Fork and the Colorado has been good below the confluence. Look for sections above Williams Fork to drop their ice if they haven't already. I'm seeing a 162 cfs below Windy Gap Reservoir, so that could mean the river has freed of ice. Nymph rigs are going to be the most effective on the Colorado. Stoneflies and eggs are going to be productive attractor patterns. Below that we are dropping small midge patterns. Try Mighty Midges, Rainbow Warriors, Desert Storms, Black Beauties and more. Streamers can also be a productive method. Look BWO hatches and for some outstanding midge hatches.