James R., Lionel Y., Andrew C., came again, whereas it was the first time ever on the Rio Grande for Aidan B. and Frazer P.

Week 13 Report
The fishing improved a little since last week, but we are still below the expected for this time of year. Autumn started last Sunday, but temperatures are still quite warm. So fishing with floating lines and dries was a successful technique.
L. Young and Frazer P. were the top rods with 13 fish each.

The biggest fish and single malt whisky winner was Andrew C. with his beautiful 20lb female.
The average weight was very good: 10.4lbs., the average catch a day per angler was 1.64 fish.
Water Conditions
Water color and visibility: Water clear, a bit dirty after the rose in the level in the middle of the week.
Water temperature: Between 6°C to 12°C (43°F to 54°F)
Water level: River rose a bit this week, but water never got really dirty, just a bit of color.
Weather Conditions
Wind speed: 15 kmh to 90 kmh (9 mph to 60 mph)
Air temperature: 3°C to 16°C (37°F - 61°F)
Weather Observations:
Mostly sunny with some partial cloud cover and quite windy on a few secessions.
Fishing Conditions:
Flies that are working the best: Wonder Bug, Green Machine, Sun-ray-shadow, Turk's Tarantula,
EMB Rubber legs, Red butt Bomber, Stout's tail.
Fly lines: Skagits and Scandis with tips such as floating, intermediate, type 3, 6 and 8, T-11, T-14 and T-17 in various lengths.
Length and strength of tippet and leaders: 12 to 15 lb tippet, lengths between 5 and 14 feet.

Week 13 Report1
Fish Catch Statistics:
Number of anglers for the week: 7

Total number of fish landed for the week: 69

Weight of the biggest fish landed for the week: 20lbs

Number of fish landed over 15 pounds: 15 fish

Number of fish landed over 20 pounds: 1 fish

Notable catches: Andrew C's 20lbs female caught on a little tube fly