Animas River, Colorado - Fishing Report - January 13, 2017
The weather is going to be unseasonably warm this coming week. The rain and snow
should end on Sunday. Midges, Reds and Creams, with the larva and pupa fished in
tandem with the top fly (pupa) about 16 inches is a good setup. You fish this under an
7 Day Weather Forecast: There is a chance of rain and snow through Monday. Highs
will range from 40 to 47 degrees and lows from 20 to 33 degrees.
Recommended Trout Flies:
Blue-winged Olives, size 18 and 20, nymphs, emergers, duns, spinners
Brown Sculpin and White Belly Sculpin, size 6
Winter Stoneflies, size 16 and 18, nymphs and adults
Midges: Blood (Red), sizes 20/22, larva, pupa and adults
Midges: Cream, size 20/22, larva, pupa and adults
Midges: Light Green, size 20/22, larva, pupa and adults
Strategies, Techniques and Tips:
Trout: Brown sculpin and White Belly Sculpin are two of the very best flies to use during
the entire year.
Various species of Blue-winged olives will hatch mostly on cloudy days.
Spotted Sedges, or caddisflies, are hatching.
Midges are hatching. Light Greens, Creams and blood or red midges. Fish the larva
and pupa imitations in tandem with the larva the bottom fly.
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4, 5 or 6 weight
Dry fly: 9 ft., 5 or 6X Nymphing: 71/2 ft.,
3 or 4X, Streamers 0-2X
Dry fly: 5 or 6X, Nymphing: 3 or 4X,
Best Fly Rods:
Perfect Fly Supreme Four, Superb Five
or Ultimate Six
For 4/5/6 fly line
Fly Floatants and Misc Items:
Floatants, KISS Strike Indicators
Tools & Accessories:
Nippers, forceps, retractors, etc.
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