For complete info on fly fishing the Arkansas River Colorado - thecatchandthehatch.com/pages/colorado-fly-fishing-river-info/arkansas-river/
The Arkansas River has over 100 miles of fishable and floatable fly fishing waters. It begins up near Leadville and flows all the way through Pueblo and beyond. It’s a freestone river and the hatches can be ridiculous. From the famous mothers day hatch, to a great blue-wing-olive hatch, this is a great fishery for the dry fly and nymph fisherman alike. The majority of the fish are browns and rainbows, though cutthroat do exist in the river. Wade fishing and float trips are available and both options will produce fish. Check out all information we have gathered on this river to help you plan your next trip to one of Colorado’s last unimpeded freestone rivers for the majority of its waters.
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