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Date 07-Dec-19
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Conditions : Colorado River: As of 12/06/2019, take your time in the mornings and enjoy a hearty breakfast and a hot coffee as the fishing will be slow early in the day until temperatures pick up a bit. Ice is staring to affect the well shaded areas of the river so look for runs that receive more sunlight throughout the day. Water temperatures have been reported in the mid 20s and as a result ice should become more and more prevalent on the river. Once you do get out there the fishing has been good with great water clarity. Expect a midge hatch in the mornings and olive hatches in the later afternoons. Heavier nymph rigs with Tungsten bead heads are going to get the flies to the fish. Point flies include stoneflies, worms, and egg patterns. Tailing patterns should include your midge and emergers such as Zebra midges and Flashback emergers. Streamer fishing is also a great option on this river and use these on windy days! Flows: 523 CFS (12/05/2019)

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