Rocky Mountain National Park River Report
Current Streamflow : Upper Big T at Moraine Park: 110 cfs, Big T above Lake Estes: 278 cfs, Big T Below Lake Estes: 129 cfs
According to the CDOT website, US 34 west of Loveland is slated to open back up on the 25th of May. The park is opening up more and more as the days pass. It's still early to fish higher elevations within the park but as water temperatures warm, fishing should become more productive. All high mountain lakes are still iced up. If you head towards the park and hope to fish, stick to Moraine Park and below. Dry-dropper rigs such as a parachute adams to a small baetis or beadhead nymph should produce fish both on top and from below. I know all of us here at St. Pete's are excited to start exploring as we inch towards summer. For more info on the US34 Road closure and Big Thompson fishing conditions, check out our Big Thompson Report.
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Dries :: Hi-Vis Beetle #14-16, Jake's Gulp Beetle#14-16, Hot Spot Ant #14-18, Momba Ant #14, Stimulator #14-18, Sprouts BWO #20-24, Parachute Adams #18-22, Parachute Midge #20-22, Renegade#16-18
Nymphs:: GB Hares Ear #18-20, Iron Sally's #16-18, Micro Pink San Juan Worm #16-18, Hotwire Prince #16-18, Micro Mayfly #18-20, Flashback Pheasant Tails #16-20, Poison Tung #18-20, Chironocone #16-18,
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