Laramie River Report
Current Stream Flow: 300 cfs @ Woods Landing
Laramie Fishing Report:
The Laramie has dropped significantly as we fish our way into the sumer season. The gage reading is lower than what is actually flowing due to diversions for irrigation. This is good because we're not quite ready for that window to start closing due to hot and low water. Streamers are always a good way to target fish up here especially at this higher flow, but make sure to be ready for an encounter with some serious dry fly action as water continues to drop. Hopper dropper rigs will be a great way to cover water both on the surface and underneath. It's like a delicious buffet of options that the Laramie trout simply can't resist. A big foamy attractor dry with a flashy beadhead 3 to 4 feet underneath will help you battle the lack of clarity and turn some heads. Caddis and stoneflies make a great combo as we get closer to prime time.
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Nymphs: San Juan Worms, Sparkle Worms, Stone Bombs #10-14, Twenty Bombs #10-14, Prince Nymphs #8-10, Girdle Bugs #6-10, Tunghead Twenty Incher #8-12, Two Bit Stone #8-12, Iron Sally #12-16, HDA Fav Variant #12-14, Jigged Green Drake, Pheasant Tail #14-20, Swing Nymph #14-18, Gold Biot Stone #10-18, Copper John #12-20, Guide Choice Hare's Ear #14
Dries: Chubby Chernobyl #6-10, Amy's Ant #8-123, PMX #10-12, Foam PMX #8, Cousin It #4-10, Chew Toy Stimi #6-10, Momba Ant #14, Humpy #12-16, Royal Wulf #10-16, H&L Varient #12-18
Streamers: Double Thin Mints, Sparkle Minnows, Dungeons, Peanut Envy's
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