Report : 5/27/15
Our favorite trout stillwaters are producing well as we head into summer temps. Spring is one of the best times to target trophy trout in stillwaters, so get out there while it's good. Warm water lakes and ponds are also heating up well. Carp have moved up shallow and begun to feed. Smallmouth and largemouth bass are starting to come into more shallow water and feed as well. As temperatures rise, focus more early and late in the day.
Laramie plains lakes have been fishing well. Leeches, Chrionomids, Scuds, and small streamers have been the most productive offerings as of late.
Delaney Buttes are kicking out some very nice fish so far this spring. Similar patterns to the plains lakes, with the addition of the Waterboatman apply. Night time fishing with large streamers and buggers has been the ticket for finding the real hogs.
Red Feather lakes have started to turn on with the recent warm weather. Expect fishing to continue to improve with the nice weather we've been getting. Buggers, chironomids, and streamers have been the go-to patterns in Red Feather.
Warmer temps mean fishing early and late in the day will be most productive. Stop by the shops and get the latest scoop and hot flies!