Latest Update: 5/23/2017.
We will update these reports as often as necessary to keep our fellow anglers in tune with changes.

Current Streamflow : 593 cfs at the Encampment and Platte confluence.

Encampment River Report :  

Flows are banging on this stretch right now. A lot of water has been coming down and once flows start dropping again, its on. If you are planning on fishing this area soon, arm yourself with a variety of topwater and subsurface patterns. It’s crucial to be prepared with BWO’s between sizes 16 to 20, small dark elk hair caddis, and the occasional attractor or terrestrial for surface action. Large stoneflies, caddis pupae, and a variety of baetis nymphs will get you well prepared for any action deeper down. With the rise in flow and recent rain into this system, make sure to have a worm or flashy attractor to battle the loss of clarity. Depending on the conditions of the clarity, make sure to bring leader and tippet between sizes 3x and 5x. Although it is awesome to be able to use thicker tippet this time of year you never know what the conditions will favor so being over prepared is never a bad idea.

For info on our Encampment River float trips, hit the LINK

Dries:  BWO #20-22, Griffith's Gnat #20-22, Sprout Midge Blk #18-22, CDC Baetis Dun #18-22, Para-midge #22 , Sparkle Flag BWO #18-20, Ext. Body BWO #16-22. Para Wulff Adams #16-18, Mole Fly #18-22, Royal Wolff #12-18, Headlight Caddis #14-18, Humpy #10-20, Parachute Adams #14-20

Nymphs: Juju Beatis #18-22, Goodale's Baetis #16-18, Brassie #16-22, Foam Wing RS2 Red #18, Mercury RS2 #18-20, Split Foam Back Grey #18-22, Juju Emerger Gray #18, Prince #8-16, Swing Caddis #14-18, Anatomay #16-18, DB Peacock Stone #8-10, Black Rainbow Warrior #18-12, Gold Biot Stone #8-14, Red RS2 #18-20, La Fontaine #14-16, WD50 #18-20, Soft Hackle PT #14-18, Guide Choice Hare's Ear #14-18, Goodales Baetis #18-20

Steamers: Bread and Butter Bugger #4, Platte River Spider #4, Hothead Bugger #8, Sparkle Minnow #8

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The 2017 float season will be here before you know it.  Until then we are happy to answer any questions you have and come springtime we will have a better idea when the floating window will occur.  You don't want to miss out!