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Trouts Journal

Bi-Weekly Video Fishing Report & Forecast - February 14th Edition

Ivan Orsic / Feb 14, 2019

Trouts own Ivan Orsic is back to talk about the current river and fishing conditions throughout Colorado.

We're counting down the days until March. While fishing remains consistently solid in these low winter flows, forgive us if we're excited about talking about something other than midges and attractors.

Winter isn't giving up it's grasp on our fisheries quite yet. As such midges, tiny blue-winged olives, worms, eggs, and attractor flies continue to be our go-to flies on both freestones and tailwaters alike. Gray and red seem to be the most productive midge colors recently.

Small stonefly nymphs can also pull a fish or two in fish on your favorite fisheries.

Prefer your River Reports in writing? No problem, be sure to check out our Fishing Information page for up-to-date fishing reports!

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