And More Ketchup!

Looks like we are in a cooling pattern.  However, it did turn out a lot warmer today than the forecast.  Tomorrow is supposed to be in the low 60s and a 90% chance of rain.  After that, low to mid 70s almost all week.  By Friday, another cold front so temps might hit upper 50s to low 60s through the weekend.   Chances of rain both Thursday and Friday.

This weekend, the flow has been a low one unit (35 mw).  This give us 2100-2600 cfs and about three feet elevation.  Definitely wadeable in some areas and a nice, slow drift for the boats.

Carolyn on the water last Friday with Mike from Iowa.  Mike has been fishing with River Run for over 13 years.  Good fisher and enjoys relaxing and catching fish on Taneycomo.  Really good day for Mike on the Red San Juan worm and the holographic green crackleback.

Saturday, Dana took James and his son, Stewart out for a full day.  They had a good day on the orange egg pattern and the red d-rib midge.  They had so much fun, they booked a second day on Sunday.  Jim was out with Gary and Drew from Texas.  Pretty new to fly fishing so they worked on casting techniques, but definitely had a good day catching on the size 8 JQ streamer.

James – 9/29/19

Sunday was another great day for James and Stewart.  They spent half a day with Carolyn catching mainly

Stewart & James – 9/29/19

on the red San Juan Worm.

This past Tuesday, Susan from here in Missouri spent a full day on the water with Carolyn.  She had taken the Orvis school but has not had a lot of time on the water.  We certainly spent a good day of refreshing her school while she was catching fish all day on the red San Juan worm and stripping the holographic green crackleback.  Several nice fish over 17 inches.

Sue – 10/1/19

 

 

 

 

 

 

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