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The fishing through the town of Silverthorne has been top notch the last couple of weeks. Some true bruisers have been pulled out of there, some reaching the 10lb mark. These fish see plenty of flies throughout the winter, an inconspicuous indicator, light tippet, small flies, and appropriate weight will do the trick most of the time. If you find a few extra flies in these heavily pressured fish, be kind and don't leave any behind. A few anglers up there can have their panties in a wad so be respectful of fishing space on this often crowded section of river. Weekends have been a downright zoo. Fishing lower down through town, meaning by the high school and the cop shop has been very productive, a few less people and some brutes add up to a great time. AM's have been very productive with mysis and a variety of midges. As the sun rises and the day warms up, a variety of small midges and baetis patterns will do the trick. If you are not getting eats change fly often times it is a particular color they keying in on, also don't be afraid to fish a 22-24 as terrifying as it may seem this is often times the golden ticket. Along highway 9 we are starting to see a bit more of the river poking through, especially on south facing sections. Still a bit early but it never hurts to try. Deep runs, small flies and appropriate weight can net a few fish, not my first option but if you want to escape the crowds this is your spot! Below Green Mountain Res is still at a wadable level ~190cfs. Midges and worms as well as an egg, 5x tippet is fine, but get those flies down! Bigger fish will start to push up as the days lengthen and the temps rise. Streamers have been effective as well.

Report Updated On: 02/13/2017
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