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Pat Dorsey’s Stream Report – Elevenmile Canyon – South Platte

Elevenmile Canyon is known for its superb dry fly fishing. The Trico hatch is one of many that anglers should concentrate their efforts on. Current Conditions Clarity: Exellent Water Temperature: Low 40’s 14 Day Forecast: Look for hatches of midges, blue-winged olives, caddis, PMD’s, yellow sallies, and Tricos. Look for low flows for the remainder of the summer. […]

Pat Dorsey’s Stream Report: Colorado River

Fishing the Colorado River should be on everyone’s bucket list. Whether you’re a walk/wade fisherman or prefer float-fishing, this river has it all! Current Conditions: Clarity: Good Water Temperature:  High  50’s to low 60’s 14 Day Forecast: Look for  hatches of midges, PMD’s, caddis, Tricos, and yellow sally stoneflies. Tips and Other Information: Fishing is good […]

Pat Dorsey’s Stream Report: Blue River

The Blue River is a pocket water paradise. There are miles of public water between the town of Silverthorne and Green Mountain Reservoir for you to sample. Current Conditions Clarity: Good in Silverthorne. Water Temperature: Low 40’s 14 Day Forecast:  Look for hatches of caddis, yellow sallies, PMD’s and green drakes. Tips and Other Information: Flows […]

Pat Dorsey’s Stream Report: Williams Fork River

The Williams Fork is one of the prettiest places on the planet.  This stretch is proof that trout don’t live in ugly places. Current Conditions Clarity: Excellent Water Temperature:  Mid 40’s on the upper, upper 40’s near confluence ​ 14 Day Forecast: Look for reliable hatches of midges, PMD’s, and caddis Tips and Other Information:  Flows are […]

Fishing Report: Clear Creek

Clarity: Excellent Hatches: Midges and Caddis Major Food Organisms: Midges and Caddis Conditions:  River fishing decent right now with recent increase in flows  Fish are feeding on midges and Caddis pupa under the surface.  In the late afternoon, you may find a few fish rising in the slower sections targeting Caddis dries.  Euro nymphing has been extremely […]

Pat Dorsey’s Stream Report: Deckers – South Platte River

Deckers is a world-renowned stretch of the South Platte River. There are miles of public water to fish in and around the hamlet of Deckers. Current Conditions  Clarity:  Excellent Water Temperature: Low 40’s ​ 14 Day Forecast:   Look for sporadic hatches of midges, blue-winged olives, PMD’s, caddis, and Tricos Tips and Other Information:  Flows were bumped […]

Pat Dorsey’s Fishing Report: Spinney Mountain – Charlie Meyers SWA

The Charlie Meyers State Wildlife Area (commonly called the Spinney Mountain Ranch or Dream Stream) is a classic meandering, meadow stream. Anglers have the opportunity to catch rainbows, cut-bows, cutthroats, and brown trout when they fish this fabled stretch of water.  Current Conditions  Clarity: Good Water Temperature:  Low 40’s 14 Day Forecast: Look for hatches […]

Pat Dorsey’s Stream Report: North Fork of the South Platte River

Trophy trout await you on many of our leases on the North Fork of the South Platte.  To book a day on Boxwood, Long Meadow, North Fork Ranch, or the Meadows, call the Blue Quill Angler (303-674-4700) and we’ll gladly assist you. Current Conditions: Clarity: Good Water Temperature: Low to mid 40’s 14 Day Forecast: Look for high water […]

Pat Dorsey’s Fishing Report: Cheesman Canyon – South Platte

Cheesman Canyon is one of the best tailwaters in the country. There’s a common belief among “canyon regulars” that if you can catch fish on the South Platte River, you can fool fish anywhere in the world. There’s no substitution for good technique in Cheesman Canyon. Current Conditions  Clarity: Excellent Water Temperature: Low 40’s 14 Day Forecast:  […]