Grand County, CO hosts a wealth of waterways. If you are looking for enthralling places to try your hand at alpine fishing, there’s no better place than in the scenic Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
Deciding where to fish can be challenging—that’s why Winter Park Flyfisher in Fraser, CO offers fishing reports about local waters that you can use to identify which recreation area is right for you.
Rivers We Guide
There are a number of rivers and streams in and around Fraser, CO that can be easily accessed by Winter Park Flyfisher, including:
Fraser River: The majority of the Fraser River borders private land, meaning that this waterway is explored most effectively on a guided tour with Winter Park Flyfisher. Public access is available, both from Winter Park, CO flowing behind our fly shop and also at the Fraser River Canyon, near Tabernash, CO. (Read more about the Canyon here.)
Colorado River: Strong, stunning and scenic, the Colorado River has shaped and carved the landscape of the Rocky Mountains and the American Southwest for millennia. Some of the nation’s finest fishing is along both public and private areas of the Colorado River near Fraser, CO.
Williams Fork: A tributary of the Colorado River, the Williams Fork offers fine fishing in its own right. The Williams Fork is split by a dam – both the upper and lower sections offer unique fishing experiences. Be sure to check water levels and conditions, however, because the Williams Fork can change rapidly throughout the year.
North Platte River (Wyoming): The North Platte River boasts some of the region’s best places to catch a great fish. Grey Reef is a particularly lucrative spot to float fish. Our Grey Reef fishing trips are extremely popular during the summer season – be sure to book your North Platte expedition today!
Check Fishing Reports & Pick Up a Map
If you are preparing for your next fishing trip, be sure to check in on the fishing reports in Fraser, CO before you head out on the streams. Call Winter Park Flyfisher today to learn about the latest conditions and updates at 970-726-5231.
Stop by our shop for a FREE map that shows public access and parking for local waters.