Fly Fishing Eleven Mile Canyon Autumn

James and Gary take a trip to Eleven Mile Canyon to fish the South Platte River in the Autumn. We got up a bit late and missed the trico topwater bite just a bit, but ended up nymphing and bringing 15 fish to net. When water is low here (below 100 cfs.), we use light rigs: 6x, small indicators, short rigs of 4 feet. Flies: small red worms or annelids (16-20), juju baetis (18-20), cream or black midges (20-24).

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