Rush Creek Fish Report

The Trout Fitter Staff

Report Date:

Water Conditions: Okay

76 Cfs a bove Grant Lake and 53 cfs below. Water temps cool between grant and silver, in the mid 40's. warmer below Grant Lake. Water is clear.
Grant Is extremely low for this time of year. That gives the fish more room to spread out in the creek.

Fishing Conditions and Hatches: Fair

There are a few fish moving up from Grant into Rush Creek. Look for fish sitting in the deeper holes. Please avoid the wading or fishing on the fish that are on their reds.
Dry Dropper rig are the way to go on the lower section of Rush Creek. Look for fish in the Deeper holes and tailouts. The fish seem to be more condensed in these areas.
Stones, BWO and Midges are all working right now. Use egg patterns with a Stone or Mayfly as the dropper above Grant. A large Stone or Mayfly as the dry with a Midge Mayfly or Stone as the dropper.

Recommended Flies:

#10-14 Stimi, #10-14 Parachute Stone, #12-14 HiVis or regular Parachute Adams, #10-14 Royal Wulff or #16-18 Ext. Body BWO.

#10-14 Egg, #16 Pheasant Tail, #16 Copper John, #12-16 Zug Bug, #18 WD-40 and #10-14 Stone Fly.

Guides Hint: Make sure to be as stealthy as possible with the low flow and clear water


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