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:

 

Snow/Ice:

We are sorry to say that Ten Mile is just about frozen over for the winter.

River Flow (Cubic Feet Per Second): 

Frozen...... :(

Water Temperature (degrees F): 

Frozen...... :(

Water Clarity:

Very clear most of the time.

Current Food Sources:

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

 

Flies to Try:

 

Nymphs:

 

Dries:  

 

Streamers: 

 

 

guide tip of the week:

Not much open water, probably not the best option untill we start to see the Spring thaw... 

 

Recent Media:

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                                     Local angler Beau Baynum has been taking advantage of the pocket water in the middle stretches of 10 Mile Creek...

 

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