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Colorado Fly Fishing Report Last Updated: February 15th, 2017
Overall Fly Fishing Status: March fishing conditions in February!!!
We are enjoying the best of both worlds so far, this winter!!! We have had above temperatures so far this entire winter, even with all the snow. February is the start of 3 plus months of great fishing here in the mountains. The Eagle, Colorado and Roaring Fork rivers are fishing better than we can ever remember for this time of year! We are doing float trips on the Roaring Fork and Lower Colorado right now as well as walk wade trips. One of our guides floated the Roaring Fork this past weekend and took water temperature readings up to 40 degrees! The Trout have been much more active and active for longer periods of the day. The Eagle river is ice free from Avon to Dotsero, that doesn’t happen often for this time of year. The upper Colorado rive has iced off just in the last couple of days too. The Blue and Frying Pan rivers are also fishing fantastic as they always do year- round. The warmer days are bringing off a ton of Midges and we are starting to see Blue Winged Olives already. Streamer season is just around the corner!! Nymphing the slower deeper holes with Egg and Midge patterns has been out of sight!
Enjoy the winter discounted guide rates now until June 1st. Our Orvis Endorsed guide staff has over 275 years combined experience on local rivers/stream, no one even comes close.
Fly Fishing Outfitters is the Vail valley’s 1997/2007 Orvis Outfitter of the Year. With over 275 years combined guiding experience on local waters our Orvis guides are by far the Vail valley’s most sought after professionals. We recommend making your reservations for a day on the water as soon as possible.
All of our Colorado fly fishing reports are updated from our guides. Who better to report on the fishing conditions than the guides that fish the waters daily
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About Fly Fishing Oufitters
Our guide staff is full of streamer fanatics, so if you want to learn from the best give us a call and we will be happy to share our passion with you. We have a huge selection of flies at the ready, for any condition or water you fish. Our guide staff has over 275 years of experience on local waters. Call us now and get out on the water with best, or let us help you stock up on supplies. Our shop staff is the friendliest, most helpful in Vail. Call us at (970) 854-8090 or (970) 476-FISH (3474).