Fall Fishing Report

Flows out of Taylor Dam dropped to 100 CFS for the winter after Labor Day. 
Cooler temperatures and a little rain has helped keep all the waters in the low 50's in the morning and mid 60's by evening. The Fall streamer bite has turned on as well as some BWO action and still good hopper fishing in the afternoons now and then. Nymphs are Dis & Dat; 16's- 20's, Psycho's, Two Bits, BWO nymphs, small Pat's, Perdigon's, Soft Hackle Jigs (purple), Pheasant Tails & Blue stuff and worms.

Kokanee run???? Not huge, unless you count the number of fishermen stacked at the confluence in Almont. Low Lake levels and gill lice are having an impact.

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RIVER FLOWS

Taylor River - Below Taylor Reservoir
(aka Hog Trough)

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East River Almont

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Gunnison River - River Walk (McCabes Lane)

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Taylor River - Almont

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Taylor River - Above Taylor Reservoir

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Lake Fork of The Gunnison River - Gateview

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Gunnison River - East Portal

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More USGS River Flows

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Cochetopa Creek near Parlin

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Ohio Creek

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Tomichi Creek in Gunnison

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HATCH CHART

Timing of hatches can change with elevations varying between 7,000' - 12,000'.

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