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Jim Cannon (jcbluequill)

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Work at Blue Quill Angler in Evergreen, Colorado.
State: Colorado.
City: Evergreen

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Jim Cannon (jcbluequill) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing on the Colorado River, Colorado
Colorado River
Current Conditions
Flow: Parshall 272
Clarity: Varies with rainfall
Water Temperature: Mid 50's to low 60's.
Major Food Organisms: Midges, caddis, pale morning duns, Tricos, and yellow sally stoneflies.
Hatches: Midges, caddis, pale morning duns, Tricos, and yellow sally stoneflies.
14 Day Forecast: Look for flows to vary depending on rainfall.  I would expect flows to remain in the 300-500 cfs range in the Parshall area.
Tips and Other Information: The Colorado River is fishing fair to good but the moss is still a major problem. You will catch it every cast with a nymph rig which makes for a very frustrating day! Water temps have dropped with the recent increase of flows from the Williams Fork. The mosquitoes are still VERY BAD!  Things will not improve "mosquito wise" until we begin to dry out.  Effective flies have been #14 earthworm brown San Juan Worms, #18 Buckskins, #20 Sparkle Wing RS2's, and #18 Mercury Flashback Pheasant Tails.  Lonebuck and Paul Gilbert have lower flows, and the Mosquitoes are bearable there.  The dry fly fishing, dry/dropper fishing has productive in these stretches. The moss is still problematic and hopefully will begin to clear up with cooler temperatures around the corner.
Effective Patterns:  #14 Pink San Juan Worm, #6-8 Pine Squirrel Leech, #8 Pat's Rubber Legs, Egg Patterns,  Cannon's Wormly Worm, #20-22 Mercury Flashback RS II, #20 Mercury Brassie, #18-22 Mercury Flashback Black Beauty, #20-22 Medallion Midge, #18-20 Mercury Pheasant Tails, #18-20 Buckskins, #18-20 Rainbow Warrior, #16 Hot Tail Flash Egg, #20-22 Sparkle Wing RS II, #20-22 Mathew’s Sparkle Dun, #20-22 Hi Vis Baetis, #20 Matt’s Midge, and #24 Parachute Adams.
(08/29/10)
Jim Cannon (jcbluequill) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing on the Colorado River, Colorado
Colorado River
Current Conditions
Flow: Parshall 276
Clarity: Varies with rainfall
Water Temperature: Mid 50's to low 60's.
Major Food Organisms: Midges, caddis, pale morning duns, Tricos, and yellow sally stoneflies.
Hatches: Midges, caddis, pale morning duns, Tricos, and yellow sally stoneflies.
14 Day Forecast: Look for flows to vary depending on rainfall.  I would expect flows to remain in the 300-500 cfs range in the Parshall area.
Tips and Other Information: The Colorado River is fishing fair to good but the moss is still a major problem. You will catch it every cast with a nymph rig which makes for a very frustrating day! Water temps have dropped with the recent increase of flows from the Williams Fork. The mosquitoes are still VERY BAD!  Things will not improve "mosquito wise" until we begin to dry out.  Effective flies have been #14 earthworm brown San Juan Worms, #18 Buckskins, #20 Sparkle Wing RS2's, and #18 Mercury Flashback Pheasant Tails.  Lonebuck and Paul Gilbert have lower flows, and the Mosquitoes are bearable there.  The dry fly fishing, dry/dropper fishing has productive in these stretches. The moss is still problematic and hopefully will begin to clear up with cooler temperatures around the corner.
Effective Patterns:  #14 Pink San Juan Worm, #6-8 Pine Squirrel Leech, #8 Pat's Rubber Legs, Egg Patterns,  Cannon's Wormly Worm, #20-22 Mercury Flashback RS II, #20 Mercury Brassie, #18-22 Mercury Flashback Black Beauty, #20-22 Medallion Midge, #18-20 Mercury Pheasant Tails, #18-20 Buckskins, #18-20 Rainbow Warrior, #16 Hot Tail Flash Egg, #20-22 Sparkle Wing RS II, #20-22 Mathew’s Sparkle Dun, #20-22 Hi Vis Baetis, #20 Matt’s Midge, and #24 Parachute Adams.
(08/27/10)
Jim Cannon (jcbluequill) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing on the Williams Fork River, Colorado
William’s Fork River
Current Conditions
Flow:150
Clarity: Good to excellent.
Water Temperature:  Mid to high 50's.
Major Food Organisms: Midges, Baetis, caddis, Tricos, and yellow sallies.
Hatches: Midges, Baetis, caddis, Tricos, and yellow sallies.
14 Day Forecast: Williams Fork Reservoir is full.  Look for flows between 200 and 300 cfs for the remainder of the summer season.
Tips and Other Information: Fishing has been productive on the Williams Fork for small-to-medium sized brown trout. Occasionally you'll hook a nice rainbow or two which adds a little spice to the day. Effective flies have been #14 San Juan Worms, #16 Bead Head Breadcrust, #18 Buckskins, #20 Sparkle Wing RS 2's, and #18 Mercury Flashback Pheasant Tails.  The fish are holding deep, use lots of weight. Anglers can expect hatches of midges, blue-winged olives, and Tricos. Take plenty of Deep Woods Off,  the mosquitos are still BAD!  The Williams Fork is getting more pressure because the Colorado is clogged with moss and nymph fishing is problematic right now.  This coupled with warm warm water has anglers fishing this watershed. Plan accordingly.
Effective Patterns: #14 Pink San Juan Worm, #6-8 Pine Squirrel Leech, #8 Pat's Rubber Legs, Egg Patterns, Cannon's Wormly Worm, #20-22 Mercury Flashback RS II, #20 Mercury Brassie, #20-22 Medallion Midge, #18-22 Mercury Flashback Black Beauty, #18-20 Mercury Pheasant Tails, #18-20 Buckskins, #20-22 Sparkle Wing RS II, #20-22 Mathew’s Sparkle Dun, #20-22 Hi Vis Baetis, #16 Elk Hair Caddis, #24 Stalcup Trico, #20 Matt’s Midge, and #24 Parachute Adams.
(08/27/10)
Jim Cannon (jcbluequill) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing on the South Platte River (North Fork), Colorado
North Fork of the South Platte River
Current Conditions
for Boxwood Gulch, Long Meadow, Farmer’s Union, and North Fork Ranch. These are the private leases we guide on. The same conditions are present on all the public water, however, access is limited.
Flow:243
Clarity: Good
Water Temperature: Mid 40's to low 50's
Major Food Organisms: Midges, green drakes, and red quills.
Hatches: Midges, green drakes, and red quills.
14 Day Forecast:  Look for higher than normal flows.  Anglers can expect hatches of midges, green drakes, and red quills.  
Tips and Other Information:  Look for higher flows due to all the rain. Anglers can expect excellent nymphing with Pat's Rubber Legs, olive Hare's Ears, #14 Soft Hackle Pheasant Tails, #18 Mercury Pheasant Tails, #18 Red Mercury Pheasant Tails and Nuclear Eggs.  Green drakes and red quills are offering anglers the opportunity to nail a few on the surface.
Effective Patterns: #18 Hot Tail Flash Eggs, #20-22 Medallion Midge, #22 Mercury Flashback RS II, #22 Mercury Flashback Black Beauty, #22-24 Medallion Midge, #20-22 Flashback Mercury RS II, #22 Mercury Flashback Black Beauty, #18 Gold Bead Flashback Pheasant Tails, #14 Pink San Juan Worm, #18-22 Red Mercury Flashback Pheasant Tails, #20-22 Mercury Flashback Pheasant Tail, #18 Mercury Caddis, and #16 Red Copper John.
(08/27/10)
Jim Cannon (jcbluequill) reported - 4 - Poor fly fishing on the South Platte River (Elevenmile Canyon), Colorado
Elevenmile Canyon
Current Conditions
Flow:120
Clarity: Good
Water Temperature: High 50's low 60's.
Major Food Organisms: Midges, Baetis, pale morning duns, yellow sallies, caddis, and Tricos.
Hatches: Midges, Baetis, pale morning duns, yellow sallies, caddis, and Tricos.
14 Day Forecast: Look for high flows until things dry out.  Rainshowers have all the tributaries above Spinney running two to three times their normal historic levels.  Once the rain subsides, things will return to normal quickly.  
Tips and Other Information: Flows are high in Elevenmile Canyon, in fact, they are 100 cfs above their normal historic levels for this time of year. Anglers will need to find softer cushions and fish #16 red Copper Johns, #14 San Juan Worms, #20 Sparkle Wing RS 2's, #18 Barr Emergers (pmd), ect. with lots of weight to get the flies down. Anglers can expect to see hatches of caddis, pale morning duns, blue-winged olives, and Tricos.  The dry fly fishing has slowed with the higher flows. Look for the dry fly fishing to improve as the flows drop.
Effective Patterns: #14 San Juan Worm, #16 Red Copper John, #18 red Mercury Pheasant Tail, #20-22 Medallion Midge, #20 Mercury Brassie, #20-22 Mercury Flashback RS II, #22 Mercury Flashback Black Beauty, #20-22 Mercury Blood Midge, #22-22 Medallion Midge, #20-22 Mercury Flashback RS II, #20-22 Barr Emerger, #22 Benton’s Shuckin Midge, #20-22 Mercury Red Pheasant Tails, #22-22 Mercury Baetis, #18-20 Jujubaetis, #16 Elk Hair Caddis, #16 Goddard Caddis, #20-22 Mercury Pheasant Tails, #22-24 Hi-Vis Baetis #20-26 Parachute Adams, and #22-24 Griffith Gnat.
(08/27/10)
Jim Cannon (jcbluequill) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing on the South Platte River (Cheesman Canyon), Colorado
Cheesman Canyon
Current Conditions
Flow:142
Clarity: Excellent. 
Water Temperature: Mid to high 60's
Major Food Organisms: Midges, blue-winged olives, yellow sallies,  caddis, golden stoneflies.
Hatches: Midges, blue-winged olives, yellow sallies,  caddis, golden stoneflies.
14 Day Forecast: Look for high water until things dry out.  Denver Water is keeping the water levels in Cheesman Reservoir 11 feet below the spillway until the divers get the new release gates into place.  Flows will fluctuate depending on incoming flows. 
Tips and Other Information: Flows are low and clear.  Fishing is considerably more technical now with the lower water, however. Denver Water is still releasing most of the water from Cheesman Reservoir from the middle of the dam (60 feet below the surface) as opposed to the bottom.  Currently, 30 cfs is coming off the bottom, and the rest is coming from the gate 60 feet below the surface of the lake. This means higher than normal water temps.  The water is coming out of the reservoir at 60 degrees and it warms up quickly. Lower volume means the water heats up quicker!  Right now the water temps are mid to high 60's.  This has the rainbows stressed, please be careful when releasing them.  Keep them in the water when you are handling them.  The best fishing is in the mornings before the water temps shoot up into the upper 60's.  I quit fishing when the water goes above the 67 degree mark.  Please keep an eye on water temperatures.  Amy's Ant is still picking up some nice fish in the darker areas of the substrate and near protruding rocks.   Mercers Micro Mayfly nymph has still been a productive dropper.  Nymphing has been productive with #18 Barr Emergers (pmd), #22 Stalcups Baetis, #20-22 Mercury Baetis, #20 Mercury Midge, #20 Rainbow Warrior, #20 Mercury Flashback Pheasant Tails, and #8-10 Pat's Rubber Legs (brown and black).  Fish the faster riffles and runs where the oxygen content is the highest.  Denver Water is projecting to start bringing water off the bottom again soon, we will keep you posted.
Effective Patterns: #8 Pat's Rubber Legs, #20-22 Mercury Flashback RS II, #20 Jujubaetis, #20 Chironoflash, Barr's Graphic Caddis #18, #20-22 Medallion Midge, #20 Mercury Flashback Black Beauty, #18 Mercury Cased Caddis, #20-22 Top Secret Midge, #18 Flash Tail Hot Egg, #16 Nuclear Egg, #20 Rainbow Warrior, #20-22 Mercury Flashback Pheasant Tail, #16 Elk Hair Caddis, #16 Goddard Caddis, and #22 Griffith Gnat, #24-26 Parachute Adams.
(08/27/10)
Jim Cannon (jcbluequill) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing on the South Platte River (Dream Stream), Colorado
Spinney Mountain Ranch
Current Conditions
Flow: 153
Clarity: Good.
Water Temperature: High 50's to low 60's.
Major Food Organisms: Midges, caddis, pale morning duns, yellow sallies, blue-winged olives, and Tricos.
Hatches: Midges, caddis, pale morning duns, yellow sallies, blue-winged olives, and Tricos.
14 Day Forecast: Flows have returned to their normal historic levels.  Nymph fishing is the preferred method of catching trout right now, but  dry fly fishing is improving.
Tips and Other Information: Fishing remains fair to good at the Dream Stream. Recommended flies include: #14 San Juan Worms, #18 Buckskins, #18-20 Mercury Pheasant Tails, #18 Barr Emergers (PMD), #18 Barr's Graphic Caddis (tan), and #20 Sparkle Wing RS 2s.  Anglers are catching a mixed bag of small to medium sized browns and cuttbows in the 12-16 inch range, and the occasional rainbow. There has been a dense Trico hatches in the a.m., followed by pmd's late morning/early afternoon, and sporadic caddis and yellow sallies in the afternoon.  The hatches have been good, but the dry fly fishing is inconsistent. The best fishing has clearly been in the morning.  
Effective Patterns:  Barr's Graphic Caddis, #14 Earthworm Brown San Juan Worm,  #20 Mercury Flashback RS II, #20 Mercury, #16-20 Mercury Flashback Pheasant Tail, #18-20 Buckskin, #16-18 Bead Head Barr’s Emerger (PMD), #16 Goddard Caddis, #18 Elk Hair Caddis, #16 Yellow Sally Adult, #20-22 Churchill’s Sparkle Wing RS II, #24 Stalcup Trico, #20-22 Parachute Adams, #20-22 Griffith Gnats, and #20-22 Matt's Midge.
(08/27/10)
Jim Cannon (jcbluequill) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing on the South Platte River (Deckers), Colorado
Deckers
Current Conditions
Flow: Trumbull 179
Clarity: Excellent above Deckers, good below. Clarity will change daily depending on rainfall.  
Water Temperature: High 60's
Major Food Organisms: Midges, blue-winged olives, yellow sallies,  caddis, golden stoneflies.
Hatches: Midges, blue-winged olives, yellow sallies,  caddis, golden stoneflies.
14 Day Forecast: Look for high water until things dry out.  Denver Water is keeping the water levels in Cheesman Reservoir 11 feet below the spillway until the divers get the new release gates in place.  Flows will fluctuate depending on incoming flows. 
Tips and Other Information:  Flows are low and clear through the watershed.  Fishing is considerably more technical now with the lower water, however. Denver Water is still releasing most of the water from Cheesman Reservoir from the middle of the dam (60 feet below the surface) as opposed to the bottom.  Currently, 30 cfs is coming off the bottom, and the rest is coming from the gate 60 feet below the surface of the lake. This means higher than normal water temps.  The water is coming out of the reservoir at 60 degrees and it warms up quickly. Lower volume means the water heats up quicker! This has the rainbows stressed, please be careful when releasing them.  Keep them in the water when you are handling them.  Pinch  your barbs, wet your hands, and keep the fish in the water during the entire releasing process.  Take extreme care to release the fish properly.  Fishing overall, has been pretty darn good considering the condtions.  Fish the faster riffles and runs where the oxygen content is the highest.Nymphing has been productive with #18 Barr Emergers (pmd), #22 Stalcup's Baetis, #20-22 Mercury Baetis, #20 Mercury Midge, #20 Mercury Flashback Pheasant Tails, and #8-10 Pat's Rubber Legs (brown and black).  Dry/dropper rigs with Amy's Ant and Mercer's Micro Mayfly nymphs have been effective in the skinny water.  I am pleased with the increase in brown trout populations and their willingness to eat dry flies. Denver Water is projecting to start bringing water off the bottom again soon. We will keep you posted.  
Effective Patterns: #20 Mercury Red Pheasant Tail, #20-22 Mercury Flashback RS II, #20-22 Medallion Midge, #20 Mercury Brassie, #20 Mercury Flashback Black Beauty, #18 Mercury Cased Caddis, #20-22 Top Secret Midge, #18 Flash Tail Hot Egg, #16 Nuclear Egg, #20 Rainbow Warrior, #20-22 Mercury Flashback Pheasant Tail,  #22 Griffith Gnat, #24-26 Parachute Adams and #20 Sparkle Duns.
(08/27/10)
Jim Cannon (jcbluequill) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing on the South Platte River (Dream Stream), Colorado
Spinney Mountain Ranch
Current Conditions
Flow: 162
Clarity: Good.
Water Temperature: High 50's to low 60's.
Major Food Organisms: Midges, caddis, pale morning duns, yellow sallies, blue-winged olives, and Tricos.
Hatches: Midges, caddis, pale morning duns, yellow sallies, blue-winged olives, and Tricos.
14 Day Forecast: Flows have returned to their normal historic levels.  Nymph fishing is the preferred method of catching trout right now, but  dry fly fishing is improving.
Tips and Other Information: Fishing remains fair to good at the Dream Stream. Recommended flies include: #14 San Juan Worms, #18 Buckskins, #18-20 Mercury Pheasant Tails, #18 Barr Emergers (PMD), #18 Barr's Graphic Caddis (tan), and #20 Sparkle Wing RS 2s.  Anglers are catching a mixed bag of small to medium sized browns and cuttbows in the 12-16 inch range, and the occasional rainbow. There has been a dense Trico hatches in the a.m., followed by pmd's late morning/early afternoon, and sporadic caddis and yellow sallies in the afternoon.  The hatches have been good, but the dry fly fishing is inconsistent. The best fishing has clearly been in the morning.  
Effective Patterns:  Barr's Graphic Caddis, #14 Earthworm Brown San Juan Worm,  #20 Mercury Flashback RS II, #20 Mercury, #16-20 Mercury Flashback Pheasant Tail, #18-20 Buckskin, #16-18 Bead Head Barr’s Emerger (PMD), #16 Goddard Caddis, #18 Elk Hair Caddis, #16 Yellow Sally Adult, #20-22 Churchill’s Sparkle Wing RS II, #24 Stalcup Trico, #20-22 Parachute Adams, #20-22 Griffith Gnats, and #20-22 Matt's Midge.
(08/27/10)
Jim Cannon (jcbluequill) reported - 1 - Excellent fly fishing on the Clear Creek, Colorado
Clear Creek
Flow: Lawson 107
 
Clarity:Good

Water Temperature: Mid 50's

Major Food Organisms: Caddis and Attractor Dries

Hatches: Caddis and Attractor Dires

14 Day Forecast:Clear Creek is awesome and should stay that way until the next big rain or it freezes over. Get on Clear Creek now as it is amazing!!!

Tips and Other Information:Fish the edges with a dry-dropper set-up like an Amy's Ant with a 14 Tungsten Prince or Pheasant Tail. A Dirty Bird dropper in olive has been super effective the last couple of days
Effective Patterns: #18 Hot Tail Flash Eggs, #20, Tungsten Prince nymphs, Tungsten Iron Sally nymphs, Olive Dirty Birds and Pat's Rubber Legs in the smaller sizes

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