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Sector I EAGLE RIVER upper

Eagle River (Edwards-Wolcott) The Eagle River is an excellent freestone river with prolific hatches. It flows from high above Camp Hale south of Redcliff to its confluence with the Colorado River in Dotsero. It is most famous for the prolific Caddis hatches that come off in the spring and early summer. The Eagle is noted for its excellent dry fly fishing for wild brown and rainbow trout.  Thank you to Vail Rod & Gun Club for access to this private water.

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Sector II EAGLE RIVER lower

Eagle River – Gypsum Ponds area
At Gypsum there is a state recreation area called Gypsum Ponds, which has a few miles of access. The river begins to slow and meander below Gypsum to its meeting with the Colorado. This area can be tough to wade because of the silt bottom but offers extraordinary dry fly fishing in the summer and fall.  *subject to change

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Sector III COLORADO RIVER

Colorado River hosted at the Colorado River Ranch is a classic wide open river venue. The Upper Colorado below Gore Canyon meanders through the spectacular Canyon Country offering not only outstanding fishing, but also an unforgettable setting. The only thing that rivals the beauty of these canyons are the trout you will encounter.

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Sector V  BLUE RIVER

Blue River is the perfect setting of big rock structure and moving waters river venue. It rises in southern Summit County, on the western side of the continental divide in the Ten Mile Range, near Quandary Peak. It flows north past Breckenridge, then through the Dillon Reservoir near Dillon. North of Dillon it flows NNW along the eastern slope of the Gore Range and joins the Colorado at Kremmling.

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