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Williams Fork

I fished the Williams Fork and the Colorado River near Parshall a while back for the first time.  I had a great time and caught several fish. The Williams Fork is a tail and is skinny water, similar to Clear Creek.   There are A few larger fish in there as well.  I did see some bigger fish chasing some smaller ones so streamers make work there as well.  I focused my effort on short line high sticking.  Nymphs and emergers were working well.  RSII's, brassies, BWO patterns, and an egg as a lead fly should do the trick.  Dry-Dropper rigs will work on days that fish are rising.  I also caught fish at the confluence of the Williams Fork and Colorado.  I caught fish in both rivers.  There are some nice deep holes in the Colorado at the confluence.  I mostly caught Browns but did land some Bows too.  I hooked into some larger fish but didn't land them.  Both of those were surprisingly on the Williams Fork.  I really enjoyed fishing here for the first time and catching several was just icing on the cake.  If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call the shop on your way out!  Tips up! Josh
Thanks Josh!

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