Current River Flow Updates
Latest update: 11/25/20 - -
Flows at Gypsum are at 150 cfs. Fishing is still great! There is no rush to get out on the river this time of year, fishing does not tend to heat up until 10:30-11:00am. Several staple hatches are occurring in the area during the morning and late afternoon hours - BWOs, Tricos, and midges, even some caddis! The Guide's choice for this area is juju baetis, Wd-40s and foam back emergers all in sizes 20-24. Fishing PMD's, sallies, terrestrials, stones, & caddis flies in a variety of sizes and life cycles will surely bring fish to the net. Craven's Juju Sally, Pat's rubber legs, mercury bead pheasant tails, and other similar nymph patterns have been working great subsurface. Elk hair caddis, Hippie Stompers, parachute adams, and similar dries are great options on top. Don't forget to try some streamers here also!