In the last few days, flows at Clear Creek have risen substantially due in part by steady rain, but more as a result of runoff in the high country. As such, water clarity has suffered and the fishing is tough. This is not to say that you won’t see results, but rather it will be more of a challenge and productivity will be on the lower end. While it is possible that we see flows reverse trend and clarity improvements in the coming days, we’d encourage you to fish elsewhere for the time being. If you are dead set on fishing here, focus on the banks where clarity is best and the water is moving at a slower rate. Nymphing with big and messy bugs at the lead to one or more smaller attractors will garner the best results. However, smaller streamers or dry droppers are both viable options as well.