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Trouts Journal

Trouts Fly Fishing Forecast | September 15th Edition

Ivan Orsic / Sep 15, 2020

After some wild weather, we've settled back into a late summer weather pattern here in Colorado. On the angling horizon, we're still expecting good hopper-dropper action, blue-winged olives popping (especially on cloudy days), and productive streamer fishing as overnight lows start to decrease. We're seeing some elevated flows on the South Platte below Cheesman, so expect big subsurface attractors to do the trick in the Canyon and through Deckers.

With the low flows on the freestones, keep the water temperature in mind and if it's a concern on the fishery you're going to getting on the water early and off early will be the key to finding healthy and happy fish.

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