Frying Pan River Fly Fishing Report- September 5, 2018- Vail, Beaver Creek CO

Updated: September 5, 2018

GOT MAP APP?  This GPS digital map will change your life.

The Pan is fishing excellent!!!

We guide the Frying Pan all year!

The Frying Pan River is a world famous Tail water fishery that starts below Rudi Reservoir and continues downstream for approx. 14 miles to the confluence of the Roaring Fork River in Basalt.  The top 1.5 miles are the catch and release “holy water”.  This section is where anglers go to catch the fish of a lifetime as well as mingle with big crowds.  The Pan from below the Holy water is more of a freestone fishery that offers some fantastic wading opportunities for nice size browns and Rainbows on dry flies as well as nymphs.  There is quite a bit of public access mixed in with the private water so a good map is key.  Private water on the pan is very well marked.  The pan is known for its Mysis Shrimp, midges, but is also famous for it’s Green Drake and Pale Morning Dun hatches that usually start in mid-summer and go well into early fall.  If there is a cloud, then there are Blue Wings hatching as well.  Avoid the crowds and fish downstream at mile markers 7 and 4.  We guide the Frying Pan on full day wade trips only due to the 1 hour plus travel time, but boy it’s worth the drive!

This amazing Tail-water Trout river is a must Bucket list destination for any real fly fisher! Winter is a great time to get away from the crowds and get after some hug fish.  We guide full day wade trips all year long on the frying pan.  Winter on the Pan can be pretty amazing not to mention the beauty of the canyon!

9/5/2018–  Spring on the pan can create some great memories. excellent conditions right now. Look for some good dry fly action on the lower river in the afternoons. The Green Drakes and PMD’s are hatching! Very crowded on the weekends.

      Follow the blue GPS dot to the access points!

  • Drop pins on your favorite spots
  • Public access are highlighted GREN.Private in RED
  • Detailed locations and descriptions of all public access points
  • Boat luanch locations,rapid names and float mileages.

GPS means no cell signal needed! Get the Free Map App then river maps are only $9.99 each.

To get the free map app: Text iphone or android to 576-82

To get the Frying Pan River Map: Text fork to 576-82

Frying Pan River Fishing report

Report Date

Updated: August 1, 2018GOT MAP APP?  This GPS digital map will change your life.The Pan is fishing excellent!!!We guide the Frying Pan all year!The Frying Pan River is a world famous Tail water fishery that starts below Rudi Reservoir and continues downstream for approx. 14 miles to the confluence of the Roaring Fork River in Basalt.  The top 1.5 miles are the catch and release “holy water”.  This section is where anglers go to catch the fish of a lifetime as well as mingle with big crowds.  The Pan from below the Holy water is more of a freestone fishery that offers some fantastic wading opportunities for nice size browns and Rainbows on dry flies as well as nymphs.  There is quite a bit of public access mixed in with the private water so a good map is key.  Private water on the pan is very well marked.  The pan is known for its Mysis Shrimp, midges, but is also famous for it’s Green Drake and Pale Morning Dun hatches that usually start in mid-summer and go well into early fall.  If there is a cloud, then there are Blue Wings hatching as well.  Avoid the crowds and fish downstream at mile markers 7 and 4.  We guide the Frying Pan on full day wade trips only due to the 1 hour plus travel time, but boy it’s worth the drive!This amazing Tail-water Trout river is a must Bucket list destination for any real fly fisher! Winter is a great time to get away from the crowds and get after some hug fish.  We guide full day wade trips all year long on the frying pan.  Winter on the Pan can be pretty amazing not to mention the beauty of the canyon!8/1/2018–  Spring on the pan can create some great memories. excellent conditions right now. Look for some good dry fly action on the lower river in the afternoons. The Green Drakes and PMD’s are hatching!      Follow the blue GPS dot to the access points!

  • Drop pins on your favorite spots
  • Public access are highlighted GREN.Private in RED
  • Detailed locations and descriptions of all public access points
  • Boat luanch locations,rapid names and float mileages.
  • GPS means no cell signal needed! Get the Free Map App then river maps are only $9.99 each.To get the free map app: Text iphone or android to 576-82To get the Frying Pan River Map: Text fork to 576-82

    Flow

    Updated: August 1, 2018GOT MAP APP?  This GPS digital map will change your life.The Pan is fishing excellent!!!We guide the Frying Pan all year!The Frying Pan River is a world famous Tail water fishery that starts below Rudi Reservoir and continues downstream for approx. 14 miles to the confluence of the Roaring Fork River in Basalt.  The top 1.5 miles are the catch and release “holy water”.  This section is where anglers go to catch the fish of a lifetime as well as mingle with big crowds.  The Pan from below the Holy water is more of a freestone fishery that offers some fantastic wading opportunities for nice size browns and Rainbows on dry flies as well as nymphs.  There is quite a bit of public access mixed in with the private water so a good map is key.  Private water on the pan is very well marked.  The pan is known for its Mysis Shrimp, midges, but is also famous for it’s Green Drake and Pale Morning Dun hatches that usually start in mid-summer and go well into early fall.  If there is a cloud, then there are Blue Wings hatching as well.  Avoid the crowds and fish downstream at mile markers 7 and 4.  We guide the Frying Pan on full day wade trips only due to the 1 hour plus travel time, but boy it’s worth the drive!This amazing Tail-water Trout river is a must Bucket list destination for any real fly fisher! Winter is a great time to get away from the crowds and get after some hug fish.  We guide full day wade trips all year long on the frying pan.  Winter on the Pan can be pretty amazing not to mention the beauty of the canyon!8/1/2018–  Spring on the pan can create some great memories. excellent conditions right now. Look for some good dry fly action on the lower river in the afternoons. The Green Drakes and PMD’s are hatching!      Follow the blue GPS dot to the access points!

  • Drop pins on your favorite spots
  • Public access are highlighted GREN.Private in RED
  • Detailed locations and descriptions of all public access points
  • Boat luanch locations,rapid names and float mileages.
  • GPS means no cell signal needed! Get the Free Map App then river maps are only $9.99 each.To get the free map app: Text iphone or android to 576-82To get the Frying Pan River Map: Text fork to 576-82

    Mid Day Water Temp

    Updated: August 1, 2018GOT MAP APP?  This GPS digital map will change your life.The Pan is fishing excellent!!!We guide the Frying Pan all year!The Frying Pan River is a world famous Tail water fishery that starts below Rudi Reservoir and continues downstream for approx. 14 miles to the confluence of the Roaring Fork River in Basalt.  The top 1.5 miles are the catch and release “holy water”.  This section is where anglers go to catch the fish of a lifetime as well as mingle with big crowds.  The Pan from below the Holy water is more of a freestone fishery that offers some fantastic wading opportunities for nice size browns and Rainbows on dry flies as well as nymphs.  There is quite a bit of public access mixed in with the private water so a good map is key.  Private water on the pan is very well marked.  The pan is known for its Mysis Shrimp, midges, but is also famous for it’s Green Drake and Pale Morning Dun hatches that usually start in mid-summer and go well into early fall.  If there is a cloud, then there are Blue Wings hatching as well.  Avoid the crowds and fish downstream at mile markers 7 and 4.  We guide the Frying Pan on full day wade trips only due to the 1 hour plus travel time, but boy it’s worth the drive!This amazing Tail-water Trout river is a must Bucket list destination for any real fly fisher! Winter is a great time to get away from the crowds and get after some hug fish.  We guide full day wade trips all year long on the frying pan.  Winter on the Pan can be pretty amazing not to mention the beauty of the canyon!8/1/2018–  Spring on the pan can create some great memories. excellent conditions right now. Look for some good dry fly action on the lower river in the afternoons. The Green Drakes and PMD’s are hatching!      Follow the blue GPS dot to the access points!

  • Drop pins on your favorite spots
  • Public access are highlighted GREN.Private in RED
  • Detailed locations and descriptions of all public access points
  • Boat luanch locations,rapid names and float mileages.
  • GPS means no cell signal needed! Get the Free Map App then river maps are only $9.99 each.To get the free map app: Text iphone or android to 576-82To get the Frying Pan River Map: Text fork to 576-82

    Current Rating

    Updated: August 1, 2018GOT MAP APP?  This GPS digital map will change your life.The Pan is fishing excellent!!!We guide the Frying Pan all year!The Frying Pan River is a world famous Tail water fishery that starts below Rudi Reservoir and continues downstream for approx. 14 miles to the confluence of the Roaring Fork River in Basalt.  The top 1.5 miles are the catch and release “holy water”.  This section is where anglers go to catch the fish of a lifetime as well as mingle with big crowds.  The Pan from below the Holy water is more of a freestone fishery that offers some fantastic wading opportunities for nice size browns and Rainbows on dry flies as well as nymphs.  There is quite a bit of public access mixed in with the private water so a good map is key.  Private water on the pan is very well marked.  The pan is known for its Mysis Shrimp, midges, but is also famous for it’s Green Drake and Pale Morning Dun hatches that usually start in mid-summer and go well into early fall.  If there is a cloud, then there are Blue Wings hatching as well.  Avoid the crowds and fish downstream at mile markers 7 and 4.  We guide the Frying Pan on full day wade trips only due to the 1 hour plus travel time, but boy it’s worth the drive!This amazing Tail-water Trout river is a must Bucket list destination for any real fly fisher! Winter is a great time to get away from the crowds and get after some hug fish.  We guide full day wade trips all year long on the frying pan.  Winter on the Pan can be pretty amazing not to mention the beauty of the canyon!8/1/2018–  Spring on the pan can create some great memories. excellent conditions right now. Look for some good dry fly action on the lower river in the afternoons. The Green Drakes and PMD’s are hatching!      Follow the blue GPS dot to the access points!

  • Drop pins on your favorite spots
  • Public access are highlighted GREN.Private in RED
  • Detailed locations and descriptions of all public access points
  • Boat luanch locations,rapid names and float mileages.
  • GPS means no cell signal needed! Get the Free Map App then river maps are only $9.99 each.To get the free map app: Text iphone or android to 576-82To get the Frying Pan River Map: Text fork to 576-82

    Fly Fishing Report

    Updated: August 1, 2018GOT MAP APP?  This GPS digital map will change your life.The Pan is fishing excellent!!!We guide the Frying Pan all year!The Frying Pan River is a world famous Tail water fishery that starts below Rudi Reservoir and continues downstream for approx. 14 miles to the confluence of the Roaring Fork River in Basalt.  The top 1.5 miles are the catch and release “holy water”.  This section is where anglers go to catch the fish of a lifetime as well as mingle with big crowds.  The Pan from below the Holy water is more of a freestone fishery that offers some fantastic wading opportunities for nice size browns and Rainbows on dry flies as well as nymphs.  There is quite a bit of public access mixed in with the private water so a good map is key.  Private water on the pan is very well marked.  The pan is known for its Mysis Shrimp, midges, but is also famous for it’s Green Drake and Pale Morning Dun hatches that usually start in mid-summer and go well into early fall.  If there is a cloud, then there are Blue Wings hatching as well.  Avoid the crowds and fish downstream at mile markers 7 and 4.  We guide the Frying Pan on full day wade trips only due to the 1 hour plus travel time, but boy it’s worth the drive!This amazing Tail-water Trout river is a must Bucket list destination for any real fly fisher! Winter is a great time to get away from the crowds and get after some hug fish.  We guide full day wade trips all year long on the frying pan.  Winter on the Pan can be pretty amazing not to mention the beauty of the canyon!8/1/2018–  Spring on the pan can create some great memories. excellent conditions right now. Look for some good dry fly action on the lower river in the afternoons. The Green Drakes and PMD’s are hatching!      Follow the blue GPS dot to the access points!

  • Drop pins on your favorite spots
  • Public access are highlighted GREN.Private in RED
  • Detailed locations and descriptions of all public access points
  • Boat luanch locations,rapid names and float mileages.
  • GPS means no cell signal needed! Get the Free Map App then river maps are only $9.99 each.To get the free map app: Text iphone or android to 576-82To get the Frying Pan River Map: Text fork to 576-82

    Hot Flies on the Frying Pan River

    Updated: August 1, 2018GOT MAP APP?  This GPS digital map will change your life.The Pan is fishing excellent!!!We guide the Frying Pan all year!The Frying Pan River is a world famous Tail water fishery that starts below Rudi Reservoir and continues downstream for approx. 14 miles to the confluence of the Roaring Fork River in Basalt.  The top 1.5 miles are the catch and release “holy water”.  This section is where anglers go to catch the fish of a lifetime as well as mingle with big crowds.  The Pan from below the Holy water is more of a freestone fishery that offers some fantastic wading opportunities for nice size browns and Rainbows on dry flies as well as nymphs.  There is quite a bit of public access mixed in with the private water so a good map is key.  Private water on the pan is very well marked.  The pan is known for its Mysis Shrimp, midges, but is also famous for it’s Green Drake and Pale Morning Dun hatches that usually start in mid-summer and go well into early fall.  If there is a cloud, then there are Blue Wings hatching as well.  Avoid the crowds and fish downstream at mile markers 7 and 4.  We guide the Frying Pan on full day wade trips only due to the 1 hour plus travel time, but boy it’s worth the drive!This amazing Tail-water Trout river is a must Bucket list destination for any real fly fisher! Winter is a great time to get away from the crowds and get after some hug fish.  We guide full day wade trips all year long on the frying pan.  Winter on the Pan can be pretty amazing not to mention the beauty of the canyon!8/1/2018–  Spring on the pan can create some great memories. excellent conditions right now. Look for some good dry fly action on the lower river in the afternoons. The Green Drakes and PMD’s are hatching!      Follow the blue GPS dot to the access points!

  • Drop pins on your favorite spots
  • Public access are highlighted GREN.Private in RED
  • Detailed locations and descriptions of all public access points
  • Boat luanch locations,rapid names and float mileages.
  • GPS means no cell signal needed! Get the Free Map App then river maps are only $9.99 each.To get the free map app: Text iphone or android to 576-82To get the Frying Pan River Map: Text fork to 576-82