The Farmington is currently 261cfs through the catch and release area (207 from dam in Riverton, 54 from the Still River).
Fishing is looking good going into the weekend, with very pleasant weather & plentu of good fishing reports this week . Caddis are the biggest
story right now so have #14-18 patterns in your boxes, both olive/green
bodied ones as well
as tan. Guide Bruce Marino had a great day on Tuesday on green bodied
caddis variations. The
Winter/Summer Caddis #18-22 have been hatching well in early mornings in
the catch and release area with adults on the water in the afternoon
and evening. Hendrickson Spinners #12-14 are still present in evenings
in the Riverton area. Blue Wing Olives #18-24 have been on the river
during the day this week as well with their spent form..... the Rusty
Spinner #18-24 showing in the late afternoon and evening. March
Browns/Grey Fox #10-14 are just starting to show up in the late
afternoons along with the start of the Vitreus #16-18 and the larger
are being caught on the surface using a combination
of Tan & Olive/Green Caddis #14-18, March Brown/Gray Fox #10-14,
Winter Caddis #18-22, Blue Wing Olives #18-24, and Mahogany Duns/Blue
Quill #16-18, Rusty Spinners #12-24
Pupa & Larva in both olive/green & tan #14-18, Hare's Ear soft
Golden Stoneflies #8-12, Pheasant
Tails #12-18, March Brown/Gray Fox Nymphs #12-14, Prince Nymph #12-18.
Streamers are working well in the early morning and again toward dark.
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