Fish the West End

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The West End of Montrose County offers water options for the adventurous angler. On the San Miguel River from below Placerville to the Highway 90 Bridge offers access, the upper section pairs water access with BLM Campsites, with two campistes …

The Fryingpan and Roaring Fork Rivers

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Located in Central Colorado the Fryingpan and Roaring Fork Rivers are legendary waters for the trout fisherman. At 42 miles in length, the Fryingpan provides multiple opportunities for the angler, quiet streams above Ruedi Reservoir, excellent lake fishing on the …

Fish the Crystal River

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The Crystal River is one of the tributaries of the Roaring Fork River in Western Colorado. From the north side of Schofield Pass in Gunnison County, the Crystal flows through the ghost town of Crystal City to Marble. At Marble …

Fish the Lower Colorado River

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The lower section of the Colorado River provides fishing opportunities year round, with Spring through Fall being the most productive. It is important to note, as the River flows west, the water temperatures increase, and one can find warm water …

Fish Colorado

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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 …

Fish the Grand Mesa

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The Grand Mesa, located just 35 miles northwest of Montrose, and a prominent landmark from both Grand Junction and Delta, is the worlds largest flat-topped mountain. With over 300 lakes and trout streams, this mesa provides multiple opportunities for fishing.

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 …

Fishing with Flies

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The first to describe the use of artificial bait, in insect form for catching fish was Claudius Aelianus (175-235 CE) in his book De Natura Animalium: …they have planned a snare for the fish, and get the better of them …