Latest update: 1/30/19 -- Flows at 11 Mile Canyon have slowly raised to around 65 cfs. Small tippets ranging from 5x to 7x are still necessary to have a successful day. Fish will be keying in on midge patterns ranging from size #20-#26. Also, sparse baetis patterns work well as a lead fly. No need to get an early start this time of year; so allow the water temperature to warm up in the morning then head to the river in the afternoon. Just because it is winter, don't disregard dry fly fishing. 11 Mile Canyon is one of the most productive winter dry fly fisheries we have in the state. Anglers with a good assortment of Griffiths Gnats, Morgans Midges, and the classic Adams will have the best chance of catching the sought after winter dry fly eater. Regarding our favorite nymphs this time of year, refer to the flies listed below. Stop in the shop or send us a live-chat on the website if you have any other questions.