Guadalupe River Fly Fishing

February 20, 2009

Guadalupe River Update

Flows on the Guadalupe continue to drop and are currently holding at 45 cfs. With these exceptionally low flows and early Spring weather conditions over the past week (lows in the morning range from the upper 20s to mid 50s, highs range from the low 60s to upper 80s) hatches have been sporadic and fishing has been slower. We are still seeing a number of nice fish to hand but are having to work harder for those fish. On mornings with warmer temperatures early we are still seeing nice trico hatches and with the warming trend the caddis are starting to show. With the warmer days we are also starting to see the red horse suckers begin their spawn, putting eggs into the water and giving the trout a favorite spring food. Conditions on the river are in flux at this time but will begin to stabilize as winter ends and spring begins.

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