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Armstrong's, DePuy's and Nelson's Spring Creek - September 5th, 2011
  • Recorded:
  • Mostly sunny
  • 90 ° F 
  • Fishing: Fair
The action on the spring creeks has been decent. Not fantastic by any means.  It's honestly been spotty on the reports.  There's just really not that many fishermen that have been focusing on the spring creeks at the moment.  Late summer fare on the creeks is never easy.  7x is the rule generally, 8x if you can stand it.  And there's not a ton in the way of hatches that are consistent except maybe the midges. But then, they are around pretty much all the time...  The mornings are for the most part going to be the better midge feeding activity for the day.  Middle of the day through the afternoon is terrestrials like ants, beetles, and smaller hoppers.
 
Armstrong's, DePuy's and Nelson's Spring Creek - August 13th, 2011
  • Recorded:
  • Sunny
  • 85 ° F 
  • Fishing: Fair
Not the easiest on the spring creeks at the moment.  Mid summer conditions with little to zero hatch activity reported. What there are of the PMDs is sparse.  Otherwise it's sulphers which have been OK. The mornings are for the most part a midge feeding activity and hopefully there is late afternoon/evening midging again or possibly a spinnerfall.  Middle of the day is a good time to quietly keep moving at a slow steady pace hitting each likely looking spot with smaller hoppers. Being stealthy and using 7x has been the M.O.  
 
Armstrong's, DePuy's and Nelson's Spring Creek - August 8th, 2011
  • Recorded:
  • Sunny, with thunderstorms
  • 85 ° F 
  • Fishing: Fair
You'll have to be on your A game if you want to fool the spring creek trout right now, but that's the whole point of fishing the creeks anyway!  That being said, there are still good numbers of fish in the creek and they're still eating- just on their terms more than ours generally. The mornings are for the most part a midge feeding activity and hopefully there is an evening spinner fall that occurs.  Middle of the day is a good time to quietly keep moving at a slow steady pace hitting each likely looking spot with smaller hoppers. Being stealthy and using 7x has been the M.O.  
 
Armstrong's, DePuy's and Nelson's Spring Creek - July 31st, 2011
  • Recorded:
  • Mostly sunny
  • 91 ° F 
  • Fishing: Good
The creeks have been getting their normal summer pressure and it's starting to show. That being said, there are still good numbers of fish in the creek and they're still eating. They're just transitioning into their normal spring creek moods. You'll have to be on your A game if you want to fool a few but that's the whole point of fishing the creeks anyway! The morning and evening spinner falls have been good and the fish have keyed in on these bugs. PMDs are starting to taper off with Sulphurs taking their place. Also, a few folks have been pricking some fish on smaller hoppers. Being stealthy and using 7x has been the M.O.

The creeks and our guides have been getting booked solid as of late so calling the shop to see what's available is in your best interest if you want to get a day on the water. 333.4401
 
Armstrong's, DePuy's and Nelson's Spring Creek - July 28th, 2011
  • Recorded:
  • Mostly sunny
  • 80 ° F 
  • Fishing: Good
We continue to have guides on the spring creeks multiple days a week.  Reports have been getting a little thinner and with less bravado than the past month plus.  Mind you, it's not bad at all, just that things have hit their mid summer swing for the spring creeks. There are still plenty of choosy fish to fish over as there were a couple weeks ago.  You just have to really be on your game to have days where you are truly racking up the numbers!   PMDs are still the mainstay, but in dwindling numbers and hatches are becoming that much shorter in duration.  Some days there are still good emergences, others not so much at all.  And the fish are most definitely reacting to this.  They are getting quite particular.  Seems that emerging mayflies aren't enough to get them juiced at all.  A good spinnerfall however has.  So think about that when you first get to the creeks in the AM or if you can stand it to stay late....  They are not pushovers at all. Persistence and vey good presentations and 7X are required! If you see the occasional rise from a bank eater and don't see any mayflies, think terrestrials, and very carefully feed him an ant, beetle, or even some tricked out small hopper and get ready.

The creeks and our guides have been getting booked solid as of late so calling the shop to see what's available is in your best interest if you want to get a day on the water. 333.4401
 
Armstrong's, DePuy's and Nelson's Spring Creek - July 22nd, 2011
  • Recorded:
  • Sunny, with thunderstorms
  • 78 ° F 
  • Fishing: Good
Things are slowing a bit on the spring creeks.  They've been so darn good- as good as they get- and from some old timers, as good as ever, that it was bound to happen sometime soon.  PMDs are still the mainstay coming off most days, but in dwindling numbers and in shorter lengths.  Some days there are still good emergences, others not so much at all.  And the fish are most definitely reacting to this.  They are getting quite particular.  Seems that emerging mayflies aren't enough to get them juiced at all.  A good spinnerfall however has.  So think about that when you first get to the creeks in the AM or if you can stand it to stay late....  They are not pushovers at all. Persistence and vey good presentations and 7X are required! If you see the occasional rise from a bank eater and don't see any mayflies, think terrestrials and very carefully feed him an ant or beetle and get ready.

The creeks and our guides have been getting booked solid as of late so calling the shop to see what's available is in your best interest if you want to get a day on the water. 333.4401