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Lamar River Fishing Report

The trout in these two waters are still a bit more accommodating than their counterparts in Slough, but if you’re planning on fishing here, be sure to do it soon! We’re getting g down to the wire for the NE part of the park as Cold temperatures threaten to push these rivers into dormancy for the winter! You’ll find fish concentrated in all of the deep runs, pools, and undercut banks. Try drifting any combination of terrestrials like nobly chernobyls, tiger beetles, and foam parachute hoppers with a small bead head pheasant tail or serendipity dropper. These waters are also home to a good population of baetis mayflies. As with all of the other rivers in the area, look for good baetis on cloudy afternoons. Fish may also be receptive to a drake mackerel imitation. The drakes are finished, for the most part, but they offer such a large meal that fish will remember them long after they’ve gone! If you visit this section of the park, be sure to bring you’re camera. It’s a great time to catch some photos of snow covered peaks, and golden aspens!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 


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