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Colorado Cliffs Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

McCoy, Eagle County, Colorado, United States of America

4 Anglers Maximum

Non-Member Access Fee $150 per angler per day

Cutthroat Member Access Fee $125 per angler per day

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Enjoy 1 mile of the Colorado River with runs that dump into deep pools holding large brown trout. The best fishing is near the confluence where the creek meets the river. This property provides stunning red cliff views that include two pairs of nesting bald eagles. Fish range in the 12-22″ range. The walking access is fairly easy for younger anglers and people with mobility issues. There are some willows near the riverbank but they’re not difficult to navigate.

Please allow up to 2 business days for booking confirmations.

Due to livestock and other concerns, dogs and other pets are NOT permitted on this property.

Features and Amenities

Included/Excluded

Fishing access. Catch and release fishing only.
Camping. Camping is not permitted on this property.

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Reviews (4)

4.8 out of 5.0
Service 5.0
Value for Money 4.5
Location 5.0
Cleanliness 4.5
  • Neeraj Sathe
    August 2, 2021 at 12:51 am

    Awesome stretch of the Colorado. Eagle’s nest with some babies!! Nice mix of wild browns and bows willing to eat anything presented well. The ranchers are super excited about their fishery!

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  • Jennings Hester
    July 19, 2021 at 6:12 pm

    Have fished this property twice and had a blast both times. It’s a nice mile + stretch of the Colorado with a mix of Browns, Rainbows, Cutbows and even White Fish.

    Have caught fish on everything – streamers, nymphs, dries. The streamer fishing is great if you venture towards the furthest section upstream.

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  • Scott
    July 19, 2021 at 5:40 pm

    Beautiful stretch of water between Pumphouse and State Bridge. The fishing was phenomenal during early summer. We caught fish on nymphs and dries. Definitely want to go back later this Fall.

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  • David Lisle
    David Lisle
    May 18, 2021 at 10:59 pm

    Late April visit to this secluded stretch of the Colorado River. Active cattle ranch, with some curious calves which made it interesting. Found fish in both the Rock Crk tributary and the Colorado. About 25 fish to the net between two of us, rainbows and browns in 12-20″ range. Nymph rigs, with black stones, zebra and rainbow warrior midges accounting for most of the production. Navigating around the cattle fences can be challenging, especially mid-property where wading in current is required, so be careful.

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