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Colorado Fishing Reports


2015-09-17
7:41 PM

Fall Fishing in the San Juan Mountains - Fall fishing is around the corner! The fall fishing forecast is very good. Water levels are higher than they have been in years for most drainages. The monsoon season was tough for a week or two with high water, but should pay off with some great fa more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2015-08-20
2:00 PM

Fishing remains good in the San Juans - Our Favorite Time of Year Can you believe that the summer fishing season is almost over! Now with town not quite as busy as it has been, we can take a little break and do some fishing on our own and get ready for hunting season before heading to the more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2015-07-23
11:23 AM

Best Fishing of the Year in the San Juans. - Some of the Best fishing of the Year All the local water are fishing very well, and there are a lot of fish looking up for dry's. Fishing below the dam has also been very good. Today the BOR is bumping the river up to 500 cfs. The midge fishing more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2015-07-05
5:15 PM

Run off is over on the San Juan and the fishing is on! - Great fishing in Pagosa Country Water levels on the whole, are in good shape on area streams, and all the area streams are producing catches. We are in a pattern of afternoon thunderstorms that make most of the streams spike up with water flow more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2015-06-20
9:38 AM

Fishing in the San Juans - Summer is here in the High Country! With the incredible late season snow pack, we are still having a good run-off. It is great to see how green Pagosa is in the valleys, and up in the high country there is still snow hanging out on the high pe more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2015-06-04
1:00 PM

Great Fishing on the Lower San Juan! - With Spring Run - Off in full force we have been concentrating on fishing below the Navajo Dam in Northern NM. The town flows on the San Juan have hit 2,000 cubic feet per second today, and the flows below the dam are at 350 cfs. The San Juan Ri more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2015-04-17
3:03 PM

Fishing in Florida for Tarpon and Snook - The fishing in CO has been pretty good recently with cooler temps (mid 20's at night), this has slowed the spring run off. Fishing has been good here in the Everglades, with the exception of the last 2 days. The wind has kicked up and made sight more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2015-03-12
7:39 AM

Spring Break in Pagosa Country! - Spring Has Sprung in the High Country! Spring Break is in full swing now at the Wolf Creek Ski Area, but we are still fishing on the Lower San Juan River with both wade and float trips and when the conditions permit on the upper San Juan at Su more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2015-01-02
1:12 PM

Winter Fishing in Pagosa. - Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all! It is ski season now, but we are still fishing on the Lower San Juan River with both wade and float trips. Most days in the winter the temperatures are 20 degrees warmer that Pagosa Springs. So if yo more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2014-08-14
2:33 PM

Fly Fishing the San Juan Mountains in Pagosa Springs, CO - The fishing has been great the last few weeks with the exception of moving around to find clear water. The days that we've fished trips at Sunset Ranch have been some of the best in recent years. Lots of fish of all sizes, and the rains have kept the more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs

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