MIRACLE MILE FISHING REPORT
Miracle Mile fishing report below is a free service provided by our shop guides and customers. The Miracle Mile report will be updated as often as needed and we will always change the reports if any sudden changes should occur. However please understand that sudden storms can often change conditions overnight before we can change the report. We welcome any Miracle Mile fishing reports that you would like to provide.
||1000 CFS / Click here for current flow chart
||Midges, Caddis, Tricos / CLICK HERE FOR HATCH CHART
||Halfback, Pmds, Caddis, Stonefly and Yellow Sally nymphs, Egg Patterns, Rock Worms, Scuds, Hot Head Leeches, Red san juan worms and rusty scuds. Dead drifting colorful streamers around the pockets.
8-28-15 The Miracle Mile has been spotty.....awesome one day and scratching your head the next. But those fishing Trico's in the morning and Caddis in the afternoons have doing the best. Streamer action should pick up soon now that things are starting to cool down.
7-7-2015 The Golden Stone Fly hatch is in full swing at the Mile...... fish rubber legged stone fly nymphs along the bottom or try skittering some large dries along the surface to entice the fish to come up.
6-22-15 With drier weather and roads getting some good reports from the Mile.
5-28-15 Not a lot of reports from the Mile due to the wet weather and crappy road conditions. Some reports of good fishing for those that made it out there. Flows have increased to 2500 cfs due to snow pack run off. So look more towards the banks, inside corners and side channels to find feeding fish.
4-23-15 Conditions at the Mile have been good to excellent. Water clarity has been really good with a good hatch of Blue Wing Olives. Egg patterns and San Juan worms have been working along with a little streamer activity.
4-5-15 Flows now up to 1500 cfs will start to push fish torwards the edges. Eggs, red san juan worms, baeitis and streamers working.
3-19-14 Starting to hear some good reports from the Miracle Mile. Nymphing with San Juans, egg patterns, red annelids, midges, scuds and dead drifting some larger streamers.