Hello all and thanks for checking in to The O’Grady Flyfishing Adventures. What a Looooonnnnnggggg runoff we have dealt with this year. It had been so sad continually checking water flows just hoping that this would be the day that flows began to drop. Around mid-summer an executive decision was made about our guide trips. Even though the flows had begun to drop by this time, it was decided that we would not book any guide trips until “quality” conditions were reached. The shop’s focus for the summer was to try and help all our customers to make the absolute most of the many other incredible fisheries in the area. It was so nice watching the faces of those coming back from their vacations, giggling about the new place they had just fished. We want to give a big thank you to everyone who shared their adventures with us.
Lately things on the river have changed. After fishing a few times over the last few days the shop has become comfortable with the conditions, and has decided to go ahead and start booking trips again and to promote this jewel that we call home. Cat and I have fished a few times over the last week and have really had a blast. Sight fishing is still limited, but if you hit the spots that you remember holds fish, you ought to find them.While lazily laying around this summer I went back through some of the footage from last fall and put together a short video in hope of reminding you all why we love this tailwater so much. The last three minutes of the video are from our Friday evening so, we hope it inspires you to put Pueblo back into your Fall fishing plans. Conditions are not perfect but definitely fishable. We are so glad to be back on the water again and are so looking forward to seeing our friends and customers back on the water. As always, Connell, Cat, Winston, and Bandor want to thank you for reading…..
*** Sorry but a sad not here, if anyone happens to find a Gopro at the river in it's case please let us know. The case has an A on it and the camera inside also has an A on it.