Fishing Reports for the waters we guide on.

Fishing Report: Boxwood Gulch

Flows at 126 CFS. This is a great winter time flow at Boxwood Gulch. Boxwood has some big fish in there right now! We have had some great trips there as late, and we are anticipating having a solid winter at Boxwood Gulch.  This is a great place to hone your winter-skills, with the convenience of a warm clubhouse to thaw out.

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Fishing Report: Cheesman Canyon

Flows at 56 CFS. The fishing in the Canyon has been tougher, that’s for sure. Hardly ever does this canyon provide ‘easy’ fishing, but with only 56 CFS coming down, the fish are spooky! Cheesman offers many runs that have dramatic drop-offs leading to deeper runs. You’ll want to target these areas, as the fish find refuge in them in the colder months. With the sun so far south this time of year, the canyon does not receive a lot of sun.  Therefore, if you do have sunlight, take advantage of it.

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Fishing Report: Deckers

Flows at 99 CFS. The fishing at Deckers has been fair to good at Deckers. The flows were cut by about 40 CFS on Christmas, but Deckers is still flowing at 99 CFS at Trumbull. You should be targeting the deeper, slower water that the trout seek out in the winter months. The prime fishing time has been around midday, think from 10AM – 3PM.

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