September is just around the corner and it looks like we are shaping up for a fantastic fall fishing season. We have already been seeing more and more brown trout getting active in our home waters of South Boulder Creek. The insect hatches have also been prolific with some late summer hatches of Yellow Sallies and Red Quills. This autumn will bring good hatches of blue winged olives and aggressive brown trout will provide for some great streamer fishing. Now is the time to gear up for the rest of the fly fishing season, it’s time to get the waders and jackets back out and make sure your fly box is packed with smaller mayflies and midges, streamers and of course a variety of egg patterns in different colors and sizes.
South Boulder Creek is still flowing great at 70 CFS and the water temperatures our remaining nice and cool. After a long and hot summer it will most certainly be nice to spend some days on the water with the cooler temperatures.
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