The South Fork is showing some promise! Flows are being reduced out of Palisades Dam from 26000 cfs recently on their way to 15000 cfs for the remainder of the summer.Currently they sit at 19,500 cfs. Guides are catching fish in the side channels and slow back eddies on nymph rigs fished deep. Rubberlegs, San Juan Worms, Lightening Bugs, and small North Fork Specials have produced decent numbers of fish, a mix of both trout and whitefish. The trout in this great river will begin to come to the surface soon with lower flows. We can’t wait!
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