for complete info on fly fishing the Colorado River visit us at - thecatchandthehatch.com/pages/colorado-fly-fishing-river-info/colorado-river/

The Colorado River is our states river. It begins up in Rocky Mountain National Park on the western slope and flows through the rest of Colorado before it makes its way to the ocean. It has every kind of trout offered in Colorado and has opportunities to catch fish of all sizes and quantities. The river is so long that covering all of it to inform the fly fisherman has been difficult. There are several sections of river that are known well for their fishing and some of it is floatable. It holds fish averaging 10-17 inches with extremely large fish in certain, hidden, stretches that not even we will talk about. The Colorado river provides excellent fishing nearly year round and there is plenty of access and camping along the entire river. Check out the rest of the info on the other tabs to plan your next trip to the Colorado River today.

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