Boulder Creek has finally dropped below 300cfs! This still means high-water tactics are called for (streamers and big nymphs on the sides) but it does allow for some great fishing for those of you not afraid to do a bit of battle with current. These trout have not seen an artificial fly in so long they are acting like fat freshman girls at the free dining hall. Eatin' it up, man. Once the water drops to under 200cfs all the Boulder riff raff will appear out of nowhere with a rubber tube. So check the flows grab your big-bug box and your nymphing rod and I'll see ya down there!