Any Reports On Lenore, Dry Falls, Rocky Ford

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  1. bitchcreek

    bitchcreek New Member

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    I'm looking for any kind of report for this area.
    This is the time of year when these waters really turn on.
     
  2. fishnfella

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    Fish till ya drop.
    Then suck it up
    and fish the evening hatch.

    I was on Dry Falls about a week ago. Fishing was slow to nonexistant.
    About 15 guys there and only a couple fish caught to noon when I left.
    It can turn on at any time now,but the callabaetis and chironomid hatches I expected to see were scant to zero.
    Checked out Lenora and only one fisherman there...good indications that the bite hasen't started yet. Spent the afternoon chironomiding on Park and got 5 bows to 16" and 1 20" brown. Hot bite untill the wind picked up and killed it.
     
  3. Dan Reynolds

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    I was at Rocky Ford a couple weeks back, fish were selective as usual. Lost 4, landed one, all 6lb or bigger. Olive scuds were the ticket (nothing new there), size 16, but i did catch one on a red wire bodied chironomid pattern i came up with (had a secret ingredient to it...)

    It was fun to watch the fish "circle my red chirono like sharks" when they first saw it...guess it was sort of a 'change up'.

    make the trip, you'll catch fish, be patient and sneaky...
     
  4. ral

    ral Rich Layendecker

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    I haven't been there, but a buddy of mine fished Lenore earlier this week and caught fish to 24" fishing buggers deep at the south end of the lake.
     

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