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Deckers

Rating - Very_Good   

Monday, Jan 23 2023
As of 01/22/23 South Platte Deckers. The best fishing is from Scraggy View Picnic Area up to the Tee Pee Club. On the lower river, anglers should expect and plan for slush ice. Its time to concentrate your efforts in the slow, deep pools where trout overwinter. Trailing two midge patterns (one larva and one pupa) off an attractor is a great strategy for this time of year. Dont rule out fishing with a golden stonefly nymph or cranefly larva this time of year as anchor ice often dislodges the naturals from the substrates. Late afternoon may bring out some surface feeders, so make sure you bring plenty of Griffith Gnats, Matts Midges, and Parachute Adams in sizes 22-26. Recommended flies #20-22 Mercury Midge, #22-26 Black Beauty, #22-26 Top Secret Midge, #20 Rainbow Warrior, #20 Pale Olive Larva, #22-24 Bling Midge, #20 Red Larva, #20 South Platte Brassie, #20 Buckskin, #24 RS 2, #24 Chocolate Foam Wing Emerger, #18 Micro Egg, #18 Red Flossy Worm, #22-24 Matt's Midge, #22 Pat's Midge, #20-24 Griffith Gnat, and #24-26 Parachute Adams.




Monday, Jan 23 2023




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Deckers


Rating - Very_Good

As of 01/22/23 South Platte Deckers. The best fishing is from Scraggy View Picnic Area up to the Tee Pee Club. On the lower river, anglers should expect and plan for slush ice. Its time to concentrate your efforts in the slow, deep pools where trout overwinter. Trailing two midge patterns (one larva and one pupa) off an attractor is a great strategy for this time of year. Dont rule out fishing with a golden stonefly nymph or cranefly larva this time of year as anchor ice often dislodges the naturals from the substrates. Late afternoon may bring out some surface feeders, so make sure you bring plenty of Griffith Gnats, Matts Midges, and Parachute Adams in sizes 22-26. Recommended flies #20-22 Mercury Midge, #22-26 Black Beauty, #22-26 Top Secret Midge, #20 Rainbow Warrior, #20 Pale Olive Larva, #22-24 Bling Midge, #20 Red Larva, #20 South Platte Brassie, #20 Buckskin, #24 RS 2, #24 Chocolate Foam Wing Emerger, #18 Micro Egg, #18 Red Flossy Worm, #22-24 Matt's Midge, #22 Pat's Midge, #20-24 Griffith Gnat, and #24-26 Parachute Adams.


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