Fishing Report for the Roaring Fork Valley

  • Crystal River Report

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    Crystal River – Flow: 48 cfs/Redstone, 63 cfs/Carbondale Conditions: Winter is here – which means the best fishing will take place along the lower river in Carbondale. Keep an eye on the weather for the best…

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  • Roaring Fork River Report

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    Roaring Fork River Flow: na ice/Aspen (Jaffe Park), 150cfs Basalt, 374cfs Glenwood Springs Conditions: The river has been fishing best during afternoons and evenings once the sun warms it up a bit – no need to…

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  • Frying Pan River Report

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    Frying Pan River Flow: 45cfs/below Ruedi Reservoir Conditions: Easily one of the most reliable winter fisheries in the Rockies, the Frying Pan River yields warm winter water flows that are easily wadable. Even during the coldest…

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  • Colorado River Report

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    Colorado River – Flow: 980 cfs/Glenwood Springs Conditions: Low and clear (green) water for the Colorado. Due to the rivers lower elevation, fishing can often be better down here due to the additional warmth. Perhaps the…

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  • Roaring Fork River Report

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    Roaring Fork River Flow: 73cfs/Aspen (Jaffe Park), 201cfs Basalt, 403cfs Glenwood Springs Conditions: The river has been fishing best during afternoons and evenings once the sun warms it up a bit – no need to get…

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  • Crystal River Report

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    Crystal River – Flow: 53 cfs/Redstone, 63 cfs/Carbondale Conditions: Winter is here – which means the best fishing will take place along the lower river in Carbondale. Keep an eye on the weather for the best…

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  • Frying Pan River Report

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    Frying Pan River Flow: 45cfs/below Ruedi Reservoir Conditions: Easily one of the most reliable winter fisheries in the Rockies, the Frying Pan River yields warm winter water flows that are easily wadable. Even during the coldest…

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  • Colorado River Report

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    Colorado River – Flow: 1,150 cfs/Glenwood Springs Conditions: Low and clear (green) water for the Colorado. Due to the rivers lower elevation, fishing can often be better down here due to the additional warmth. Perhaps the…

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