Weekly fishing reports straight from the cameras and eyes of local guides in Breckenridge. It doesn't get better than that.
Our Breckenridge fishing guides constantly update us with the most current and thorough Breckenridge fishing reports. See below for fishing reports from recent Breckenridge fishing trips:
Fishing Report from Ken, Guide in Breckenridge, Colorado.
Fishing Report from Charlie, Guide in Eagle, Colorado
Fishing Report from Captain Charlie
Fishing Report from Charlie, Guide on the Eagle River.
Pictures from Ken's Breckenridge fishing trips.
"Flows at Lawson are at 31.6 cfs as of 4/21/2021. Plenty of open water from Downieville - Lawson - Dumont. Water temperatures are fairly cold, so nymph rigs fished in the deeper areas are better this time of year. Cool weather for the next few days will limit further increase in flows. A nymph rig and dry dropper have been effective as of late. Have noticed stonefly activity in the creek today. Also suggest a stonefly and trailing with a smaller midge were working the best for me today. Suggest a #16 or 18 red zebra that was extremely successful. Also, around 11AM to 1:30PM lots of dry fly activity. Griffiths Gnat was the ticket. Clear Creek is considered a freestone, try your efforts during the warmest period of the day."-Ken
"Fair reports and angler's should prepare for hatches of midges. For me the best time to fish is between 10:00AM to 3:30PM. Fish have been feeding in anticipation of warmer weather. The warmer/sunny days have been giving us midge hatches and bigger imitation patterns (#16-18's). Midge nymphing has still been the most productive. Flies of choice are Black Beauty Flashback #18-22, JuJu Baetis Purple #18-22, Sparkle Wing RS's Black #20-22, Hunchback Scud Orange #14, Top Secret Midge #20-24, and Bling Midges, White, Brown and Black #22-24. Make sure you target the slow, deep pools where trout's concentration is the highest this time of year."-Captain Ken
Pictures from Captain Ken Robak's Breckenridge Colorado fishing trips.