Post by onlyontuesday on May 31, 2021 22:37:01 GMT -6
I was up in early May in a week where the cabin didn't rent - had some decent fishing. I was going to post a couple of pics but apparently the forum has exceeded its image allotment. Some on dry flies, some on nymphs, some on woolly buggers, nothing on soft hackles. One afternoon the fish were sucking gnats off the surface - had a good time with a Griffith's Gnat. Orange seemed to be the color for a wooly bugger. Caught a real nice 20 inch rainbow on a Royal Coachman. I was using caddis pupa and hair's ear for nymphs...but that was that week. Next time it will be something completely different.
Hi guys, new poster here. Wife and I were hoping to make it to Colorado later this summer for some fishing but becoming more and more unlikely. We have never fished LMF but have been there. I was wondering what range of flow would be most productive for fishing. Seems I read somewhere here around 140 cfs was average? Thanks
Flow from spillway will rarely change..... the waters in the park above the powerhouse will be fishable no matter the generation release. 140-170 cfs is preferred. USACE only adjusts in emergencies on twice a year based on agreements with ODWC I think.