Looking to find out what the trout on some of Colorado's best rivers are eating? wild trout on the fly.com provides up to date fishing conditions and suggested fly patterns for some of Colorado's most celebrated rivers and streams as well as current flow rates of many of the rivers and streams in the state that are sure to have trout. Flow rates are located at the base of this page and are listed by drainage. Please visit ourcurrent flow ratespage for more.
Fly-fishing conditions for the week of February 11th, 2013
***Please be aware that New Zealand Mudsnails (NZMS) and Didymo (aka rocksnot) have been found in several rivers in the state of Colorado, please be sure to take the following precautions to ensure that these parasites are not transferred to any more of our beautiful rivers. There are two methods for helping prevent the spread of NZMS and Didymo: 1) Anglers should dunk their wading boots in a solution of equal parts water and Formula 409 for five minutes and then rinse. This solution can be put in a squirt bottle if dunking your boots is not an option. 2) Anglers can also allow their shoes to freeze over night, or dunk them in water that is 130o F. 3) Anglers can choose to wear rubber soled boots as opposed to felt. Felt soles can be difficult to clean which can lead to the spread of invasive species. Thank you for your help in preventing the spread of these foreign invaders.***
Colorado river flow rates Though wild trout on the fly.com may not have reports for every river or stream in Colorado, we do try to provide as many resources as possible to help our visitors. Below you will find the flow rates and weather on many of the major fishable rivers in the state, and many that aren't so major. These rivers are listed by drainage so check out the map of Colorado and see where your river is. If there is a river or stream that isn't on our list and you want it there, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get your river on the website.