Eagle River Fly Fishing Report: June 29th

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Eagle River Fly Fishing Report

As the Eagle River continues to drop we are quickly approaching the end of our float season. We might be able to squeak a few more days on the Eagle until float season is over, but that is up to mother nature. Hot days and low flows are giving us high afternoon water temps. For this reason we will only be offering half day guided fly fishing trips until further notice. Yellow Sallies, PMD’s and Caddis have been coming off giving us excellent dry fly fishing until 11:30 in the morning. Dry Dropper has also been a good way to find fish not committed to coming to the surface. Yellow Sally Nymph variations, PMD Nymphs, Graphic Caddis and Yellow RS2’s have been great patters to drop below a big dry. Fish are spread out throughout the river so be sure and cover plenty of water. We recommend that you carry a thermometer to check water temps throughout the morning. Once the Eagle River reaches 65 degrees reel it up and go to lunch. Swing by the shop or give us a call if you have any more questions. Thank you for your support. 970-368-5959