COLORADO FISHING UPDATE
I am finally writing up-dated material for the information section of my web-site. Things have been busy around the house, new properties with RMAC to be fished, bug book additions, taking care of clients after high water.
It seemed like the high water lasted forever. July was a stop and go fishing month, if it wasn't the run-off it was the rain affecting the level of the streams.
I am writing this in the latter part of August and most of the hatches are over. Major hatches still to arrive are the trico's, october caddis , and fall bwo's. You will always have the midges hanging around.
In a way, I like to fish this time of year. The angler has to rely on your terrestial fly box, I like the parachute beetle as a starter fly. And my favorite hopper is the "schroeders" parachute, it represents not only a hopper, but a caddis and a stone fly.
Many of the streams are in "dry fly" condition. Fish early then take a long nap and wait for the left over sulphur or evening caddis hatch.
Latest rumor - CPW did a trade out with CDOT for a section of Clear Creek just below Georgetown. Prime Water, the 'ole fishing guide knows this water.
Email me at FFSCHUCK@aol.com or call me at 303.979.3077 for all the details.