Toilets. REGULATIONS: Fly/lure only-catch & release The trail along the river in both directions on BLM land. REGULATIONS: Colorado State Fishing Regulations with special restrictions in effect (2020-2021 Colorado Parks and Wildlife Fishing Guide) Deck overlook. ACCESS #9: 15.3 miles- Kemp/Breeze State Wildlife Area/Breeze Unit. From here you can access public water along the river into the Gore Canyon and southwest towards Radium on BLM land. Over 2 miles of public river access east & west. REGULATIONS: 2 trout limit east of the bridge. The Colorado fishing regulations reflect the state’s diverse range of waters and ecosystems. Be cautious and stay away! Kemp/Breeze State Wildlife Area/Kemp Unit - Approximately 14 miles west of the HWY 40 & 34 intersection in Granby take a left on  CO. RD. Wildlife viewing. From HWY 40 turn left on CO.RD. License, equipment, lunch provided. Fishing & Fly-Fishing Rivers and Lakes in Colorado. Slow, flatwater. REGULATIONS: RMNP fishing information and regulations are available at the RMNP Visitor Center. 50. From HWY 40 turn left (south) onto CO.RD. On the first full weekend of June, each year, you can fish without a fishing license. Follow HWY 40 west 18.4 miles, turn right onto HWY 34 west of Granby, and continue .5 miles to the Granby Trails entrance on the left. The mighty Colorado River carved the Grand Canyon millions of years ago and has its headwaters in Grand County on the west side of the Continental Divide in Rocky Mountain National Park. Read our fishing blog. About: Day and overnight fishing trips, hunts, log cabin rentals, horseback riding. ACCESS #8: 15.1 miles- Kemp/Breeze State Wildlife Area/Breeze Unit pull off (“Parshall Hole”). REGULATIONS: Colorado State Fishing Regulations (2020-2021 Colorado Parks and Wildlife Fishing Guide), snagging prohibited, fishing prohibited Oct 1-Dec 31. .3 mile moderately steep trail to the river. Colorado River- 2 trout limit, non-native fish regulation. Walk along the dam to the intersection with the East Shore Trail and go right (south) to follow the trail along the east side of the Colorado River to Lake Granby. Camping, toilets, water, picnic tables. TIPS: Easy walk-in fishing all along Route 34 from Grand Lake to the Colorado River Trailhead. ACCESS #1: HWY 9 Fishing Access. Before entering Mexico in the Colorado Desert, most of its waters are diverted into the Imperial Valley in Southern California and Yuma County, Arizona where ⅔’s of the nation’s winter vegetable crop is grown. Lakes & Reservoirs At Fishing Access sign turn left off HWY 40 then right to the parking area. ACCESS #3: GRANBY TRAILS FISHING ACCESS:  The Upper Rio Grande area offers some of the best fishing in Colorado. 9.6 miles on CO. RD. 33 and continue 1 mile to the parking area on left. REGULATIONS: Blue River- Fly/lure only, all trout must be released. ¼ mile of river access. REGULATIONS: Fly/lure only-catch & release  REGULATIONS: Fly/lure only-catch & release Take the trail 1 mile to the Williams Fork River and fish upstream towards the dam or downstream to the confluence with the Colorado River. This section of the Colorado River is just above the confluence with the Fraser River and the fishery is Gold Medal quality. ¾  mile trail to the river with 1/2 mile of Colorado River access both sides of the river. Be aware that you will find few places to cross the river safely, even at low flows. Use our resources to find all of the information you need to make your day on the water in Colorado a success. 20, turn left over the bridge. Please review the 2020-2021 Colorado Parks and Wildlife Fishing Guide for all state fishing rules and regulations. REGULATIONS: Fly/lure only-catch & release, ACCESS #11: 16.4 miles- Kemp/Breeze State Wildlife Area/Breeze Unit-Sunset Bridge Fishing Area. From Hwy 40 turn left at the east end of the bridge onto CO. RD. Public water down river to the bridge and upriver almost 2 miles. A fishing license cost $26 for an adult CO resident (16+), and $56 for a non-resident. Almost two miles of public access west to the Parshall Hole on the west side of the river. REGULATIONS: Colorado State Fishing Regulations (2020-2021 Colorado Parks and Wildlife Fishing Guide), snagging prohibited, fishing prohibited Oct 1-Dec 31. Easy .2 mile trail to river .2 miles of public river access east & west. Toilets, no camping allowed. Always respect private property near fishing access points. From the parking area short hike down to the river. A 2nd rod stamp is available for $5 for residents and non-residents. From HWY 40 turn left onto CO.RD. Quick View: Colorado Fishing Requirements. Walk along canyon edge avoiding high water periods. 2,300 acres on both sides of the river. Toilet, boat launch. ACCESS #2: Confluence Recreation Area. REGULATIONS: 2 trout limit  REGULATIONS: Fly/lure only-catch & release. Colorado State Fishing Rules & Regulations FishExplorer.com. REGULATIONS: Fly/lure only-catch & release  They provide all the equipment necessary: augers, fish finders, heaters, rods & reels, tack & bait, top-of-the-line ice huts, and even knee pads. About: Lodge is situated on the Flat Tops Scenic Byway, open May 26 – Oct 31, 2013. ACCESS #3: 11.6 miles- West end of Byers Canyon parking area on right off HWY 40. Started the Busted Oar Lock to share interesting stories and discoveries from the road. 1, the Trough Road. SPECIES: Brown and Rainbow trout, Kokanee Salmon. Access is ½ mile long. A second-rod stamp is not required when only using trotlines or jugs. ACCESS #13: 20.1 miles- Reeder Creek Fishing Access. Habitat Stamp ($10) + Fishing license ($9 for one-day, $5 for each additional-day or $26 for the full season). Gold Medal waters on the river and an abundance of creeks, lakes, and reservoirs provide year-round opportunities for the avid fisherman! TIPS: Check on the flow below the dam before making the trip to this section; water releases can make the river difficult or impossible to wade. Youths under 16 must have and carry with them a second-rod stamp if fishing with a second line. From the parking area follow the trail 1 mile to the Williams Fork River. Park in the parking lot and follow the short trail to the river. Approximately 27 miles from HWY 40 & 34 in Granby take a left (south) onto HWY 9 in Kremmling and go 1 mile to a turn off on the right just before the Colorado River. 1 make a right and follow the road 1.1 miles to the Colorado River. 102 Access. It turns south near Las Vegas, Nevada forming the Arizona–Nevada border in Lake Mead and the Arizona–California border below Hoover Dam. 66. Access to the east end of Byers Canyon. This is a great place to spend the day fishing and canoeing, kayaking or paddleboarding. 3. Must observe all limits and regulations. If you want to get on the water in Colorado and catch some thrilling and delicious fish, you’ll have to get a permit first. Those with disability licenses must purchase a stamp if fishing with a second line. Buy a License Colorado Fishing License Costs Camping, sanilets, picnic area. About: Four hour and eight hour ice fishing trips. Granby Resident: $25  Non-Resident: $60  Reservations and payment may be made online (Click Here) or in person at the Town of Granby Town Hall, 0 Jasper Ave, Granby   970.887.3961  Mon-Fri only. Respect private property away from the river. Pump House to Radium provides excellent float fishing. Fishing License Only ($9 for One-day, $5 for each additional-day or $26 for the full season). In .5 miles take a right before the bridge at the BLM sign on the right for the Gore Canyon put-in. No license required. Fishing license only ($26 for Five-day or $56 for the full season). Colorado waters are open to taking fish day and night, year round, except if otherwise stated. Toilet. Lodge is located about in the middle of the Flat Tops Scenic Byway. ACCESS #5: 11.9 miles- Hot Sulphur Springs State Wildlife Area/Paul Gilbert Day Use Area. 102 and continue .5 miles to the parking area. Uncover Colorado - Vacations, Travel & Tourism | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Disclaimer. The river is wide, flattening out and slowing as it approaches Kremmling. From HWY 40 turn left into the parking area. 500 yd of public river access. The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission sets fishing regulations in November. Continue .7 miles to the parking area on the right. Habitat Stamp ($10) + Fishing license ($26 for Five-day or $56 for the full season). TIPS: Best fishing in April & May before runoff, late June and July after runoff and Mid September-October. Commis sion members are (as of February 2015): Robert Bray, chairman • Christopher Castilian, vice 1/8 mile of river access. Getting a Colorado fishing license will allow you to fish the state’s abundant freshwater lakes … Anyone over 18 and under 65, is required to get a $10 Habitat Stamp. REGULATIONS: 2 Trout limit. View Map. Designated Gold Medal Waters from Canyon Creek on the south end of Gore Canyon all the way to Rock Creek in Eagle County. Address: Antero Reservoir, Blue Mesa Reservoir, 11 Mile Reservoir. Follow the trail 300 yds to the river. ACCESS #6: 12.1 miles- Hot Sulphur Springs State Wildlife Area/Lone Buck Unit. Fairly flat with series of riffles, runs, pocket water, and deep pools. From HWY 40 turn left onto CO.RD. Sanilets, tent camping, and picnic tables. 33 and continue 1.7 miles to the parking area on right. SPECIES: Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout   The parking area is one mile on this road. 1 turn right onto CO. RD. ACCESS #4: CO. RD. Public river access east and west over 2 miles. 39 and in 1-mile turn left onto CO. RD. Follow HWY 40 for 18.4 miles,  turn right onto HWY 34 west of Granby and continue 11.5 miles to CO. RD. REGULATIONS: Fly/lure only-catch & release Courtesy shuttle from Steamboat Springs available. Toilets, Breeze Kid’s Pond for 15 and under-2 fish limit. There are three segments of BLM land intermixed with private property for a total of ¾ mile of access along the Blue River on all the way to the confluence of the Blue and Colorado Rivers. Full day lasts 6 hours. From HWY 40 turn left (south) at the sign for Lone Buck. Easy mile trail to the river. Fed by many tributaries along its 1400 mile journey, it flows southwest through the Colorado plateau country of western Colorado, southeastern Utah and northwestern Arizona where it flows through the Grand Canyon.