Colorado Fly Fishing Reports for January 15, 2022 – Vail, Beaver Creek CO.


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Last Updated: January 15, 2022

We are getting a bunch of snow! Call us for update info 970-845-8090

We have been fortunate to have gotten a good  bit of snow to start off the new.  Snow now means water later! The weather over the next week or so is looking good for getting out on the water.  Afternoon highs in the upper 30’s and lower 40’s is in the forecast. This time of year, we are still having shorter windows for the best fishing. Late morning until late afternoons are best.  Half day walk/wade trips are the best for the better fishing. We have guides available on short notice.  Our current shop hours are Tuesday-Saturday 10-4.  For more information please feel free to call our helpful staff at 970-845-8090

Shop Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10-4 Through end of January.

 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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Once you have installed the app and created your account you can download the Eagle, Roaring Fork and Colorado River map bundle by typing:  ffo1 in the search bar.

After the maps are installed on your mobile device and when in the maps extent a Blue GPS Dot will appear on the map.  This marks where you are.  You can now interact with the map and the blue GPS Dot will always show your location while on the map.

  • Follow the blue GPS dot to the access points!
  • Drop pins on your favorite spots, take photos and GEO tag your pics to your locations.
  • You can even email or text pictures of your big fish to your friends.
  • Public access is highlighted in GREEN. Private in RED
  • Detailed locations and descriptions of all public access points
  • Boat launch locations, rapid names and float mileages.

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