Ten Mile Creek flows from Freemont Pass down to Copper Resort, where it meets with West Ten Mile Creek, and continues to to flow east through Ten Mile Caynon to Dillon Reservoir.  North Tenmile Creek is another fishable tributary the drains into 10 Mile Caynon near Frisco from the Gore Range.  This water holds a nice population of brookies, browns, rainbows, and cutthroat trout.  Small dryflies, nymphs, and streamers can all hook fish here, the summer months can provide excellent dry-dropper fishing.

 

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Current Conditions:

 

River Flow (Cubic Feet Per Second): 

Flows on 10 mile creek peaked out near 900 CFS and have dropped to near 300 CFS currently.  The inlet into Dillon Reservoir and the flatter sections just below Copper Resort are looking nice. 

 

Water Temperature (degrees F): 

low 40's through low 50's

 

Water Clarity:

Very clear most of the time.  A light tea Color, is a good desription of the water recently.

 

Current Food Sources:

Yellow Sallies  | caddis | baetis | midges | worms | small fish

 

Flies to Try:

Nymphs: Attractorscaddis | Mayfliesmidges  | worms

Dries:  Terrestrials | Caddis | mayflies | midges

Streamers: small buggersleeches

 

 

guide tip of the week:

the flows are currently a bit fast in the steeper sections of this creek, so search for the flatter/wider sections, which will be a refuge for fish.  A nymph rig, or a dry dropper can be effective tecniques currently.

 

Recent Media:

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  Finding solitude, and peace of mind on the snowy banks, and high peaks of Ten Mile Caynon in early May.        

 

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