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Colorado Fishing Reports


2011-02-10
9:00 AM

Local waters frozen. - No report at this time. We are all teaching skiing up at Wolf Creek ski area. Just had 28 inches in 15 hours. Big Powder days. Steve and I will be heading to FL to chase tarpon, till Mid June. The rest of the guys will be holding the fort down in more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2010-10-24
3:39 PM

Great Trout Fishing in Pagosa Springs, CO - The fishing has been very good in the Pagosa Springs area. In the last two weeks we have done a bunch of trips on the smaller streams. All of the fishing was the most productive from noon till about 4 o'clock. Some of the mornings have been below fr more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2010-09-16
10:03 PM

Fall Fishing in Colorado - The fall fishing forecast is very good. Water levels are higher than the y 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 fall fishing. We have already had so more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2010-07-19
7:54 PM

Dry fly action in the San Juan Mountains. - With all the hot weather lately (95 98 degrees) we have been fishing the small streams that are the tributaries to the San Juan, they have been much cooler than the Juan through Pagosa. The small streams have been producing lots of action, on a vari more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2010-06-27
9:56 AM

Trout bite is on in South West Colorado - The rivers and streams are all looking great in South West Colorado, and all the streams can now be safely wadded. The fish on all the waters seem to be very healthy and in good shape. The water flows should maintain good levels throughout the summer more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2010-05-19
10:24 AM

Fishing The San Juan River - The fishing below the dam on the San Juan has been very good. Most of the action has been on midge patterns (brown, gray, black, and olive), some chocolate foam wings, and red young bloods on the lower float. The flows are at 450 and are expected to more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2010-04-30
5:47 PM

Fishing the Pagosa Springs Area - FLY FISH THE HIGH COUNTRY STREAMS OF SOUTWEST COLORADO We are now permitted in the San Juan National Forest The streams of the upper San Juan are not at ALL like the San Juan in New Mexico. These unspoiled rivers and creeks start just miles abo more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2010-04-15
3:35 PM

Pagosa Springs CO, Pike fishing - I had two trips out on Navajo Lake last week. The fishing has been on the slow side with most of the water temps at 49 degrees. We did find some back, muddy water at 52. With the conditions being tough, we did still land some of our target species fo more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2010-01-18
9:22 PM

Winter time fishing on the San Juan River - Finally took a need break from teaching skiing at Wolf Creek. The conditions are still great with a 67-inch base mid way, and 16 inches expected in the next few days. So if you are interested in a powder lesson, give me a call. Sarah with her f more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2009-11-06
2:23 PM

Fall Fishing in Colorado - The fishing on the San Juan River's town stretch has been great. The fish are not everywhere this time of year. They are moving to deeper water and are staging in areas where they can make the winter. The water is dropping and there will be ice on th more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs

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