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Flows at the Big T have dropped back down to 238 cfs from the heavy 500 we saw a week ago. This means more available water to fish and some easier hopper dropper fishing. A chubby chernobyl, amy's any, or hippie stomper dropping to a pheasant tail, poison tung, or rainbow warrior should do the trick. I like to start fishing the canyon portion this time of year as the crowds start hitting the tailwater a little harder now a days. Making sure to cover a bunch of pocket water and the deeper tankier pools will put more fish in the net now that we're seeing more bugs and warmer daytime temps. Some streamers to try in the canyon and tailwater would be the goldie, white or natural mini dungeon, sculpzilla, sparkle minnow, or a size 6 drunk or disorderly.

Report Updated On: 07/06/2019
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