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General RegionLittleton, CO
Specific LocationWaterton Canyon
Time of Day7a-11a
Fish CaughtSeveral small raindows an a 13" brown
Conditions & HatchesThe flow was at 65.9, and the clarity was decent. No big hatches, there where spotty midge hatches and I noticed some Baetis later when it clouded up.

Details and Discussion

SundulaSeptember 10th, 2006, 10:26 pm
Littleton, Colorado

Posts: 35
Effective Flies:
Mercury RS2 #22, Mercury Black Beauty #24, Pheasent Tail #20.
The rainbows where holdiing in the well oxygenated pools and the brown was in a deeper riffle

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