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Gold Medal Waters: The streams and rivers designated Gold Medal have a length of 322 miles. To qualify for Gold Medal Status, the water must produce twelve quality trout per acre that have a length of fourteen inches …. continue …

Gold Medal Waters

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The state of Colorado has 9,000 miles of trout streams. The streams and rivers designated Gold Medal have a length of 322 miles. To qualify for Gold Medal Status, the water must produce twelve quality trout per acre that have …

Fish the Gunnison River Basin

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The Gunnison River at 164 miles in length is the fifth largest tributary in the Colorado River system. Formed at the confluence of the East and Taylor Rivers in Gunnison County, this River provides multiple opportunities for fishing. The main …

Fish the Uncompahgre River

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From just to the side of Red Mountain Pass, the flow of the River, Uncompahgre 75 miles to the North and Northwest to confluence with the Gunnison River South of the Delta. Seasonal paddlers wallow in the difficult waters of …

Fish the San Miguel River

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The San Miguel River area has fishing for everyone as it’s hallmark. From well stocked lakes, to prime water, this river appeals to all fishing skill levels. From the northern heights of the San Juan Mountains above the mountain town …

Fish the Animas River

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From the Needle Mountains on the southern slopes of the San Juan’s the Animas River starts its journey of 126 miles to the confluence of the San Juan River. The town of Durango boasts Gold Medal Water with possession and …

Cortez Area Fishing

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The Cortez Area provides excellent reservoir fishing, with easy access. Totten Reservoir is located northeast of Cortez. Totten is a state wildlife area, with warm water fishing, a boat ramp, and stocked waters make it an appealing destination for kids. …

Fishing the Dolores River

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Upper Dolores River, US 145: Fishing side canyons above Dolores: Fishing in the town of Dolores: McPhee Reservoir McPhee Reservoir Base of McPhee Dam to the Bradfield Bridge (11 miles of water): Bradfield Bridge Bradfield Bridge