Fly Fishing in Summit County – A River Runs Through It
Fly fishing is a beloved Colorado activity. For many, it is a relaxing and exciting way to spend a day in Colorado. Summit County is a fly fishing mecca. In the entire state of Colorado, the Division of Wildlife has designated only 13 streams and lakes as Gold Medal Trout Waters, defined as a body of water that holds a self-sustaining population of trophy-size fish. These are naturally reproducing fish where no stocked trout is placed unless an emergency situation arises.
Several of these Gold Medal Trout Waters can be found within 1 ½ hours of Breckenridge. Whether you are a novice or expert, Breckenridge and Summit County offer a world class fly fishing experience in winter or summer. The Activities Desk at the Grand Lodge on Peak 7 can set you up with everything you will need to enjoy a day of fly fishing on the river.
Gore Range Outfitters: Gore Range Outfitters offers walk and wade trips for all ability levels. On these trips, you will fish the Blue, Colorado, South Platte, or Upper Arkansas rivers. The scenery while fishing is incredible on all of these trips. The longer you fish, the more you learn from the expert guides and the more fish you catch.
The Mountain Angler: Join Breckenridge’s oldest and most respected fly fishing guide service. GO with a guide and learn a wealth of knowledge that will help you become a better angler and to learn the many great places to fish near Breckenridge.
For more information on fly fishing in Summit County, please email email@example.com or call 970-453-3359.