|Streamflow - 189 CFS
||Temperature - 50-56° F
Apologies for not getting a report out sooner, we've been having issues with updating pages on our website recently. Things are back on track now, though, and we're ready to roll out some September reports for Rock Creek.
The water temps have cooled significantly in the past few weeks, and bigger fish have been moving throughout the day as a result. If it's warm enough, you can still use grasshopper or other terrestrial patterns, but for the most part, we've given way to our staple fall fishing patterns. Try elk hair caddis, October caddis, Mahogany Duns, or BWOs for your dry flies.
Nymphing and streamer fishing is also doing really well now. Of course, our Wonderbugger patterns are great options this time of year, but you can also fish Hare's Ear droppers or our own Orange Serendipity pattern, which resembles the October caddis nymph well.
Now that Labor Day has come and gone, there are fewer crowds up here and plenty of open water and great fishing. Some come on up and wet a line out here at Rock Creek!
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