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Conejos River Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

Antonito, Conejos County, Colorado, United States of America

4 Anglers Maximum

Basic Access: $125

Cutthroat Subscriber Access: $100

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step 2 Explore private ranches and book easily

step 3 Pay for your trip securely online

step 4 Enjoy your private fly fishing experience


The Conejos River is one of our favorites!! It’s a bit of a drive from Denver but the scenery and fly fishing are world class. This 3rd generation family homestead and cattle ranch is breath taking. It’s extremely green with lots of trees and foliage. The sense of adventure, exploration and connection with nature you feel while fly fishing this property is nourishing for the soul. Anglers can expect to catch brown, rainbow and cutthroat trout in the 12-20″ range. River access can be tough. Be prepared to bushwhack through some willows to find the right honey hole. If you want to net one of those beautiful Conejos cutthroats, be willing to put in the work for it!

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

River Data

5-Day Weather Forecast

38℉ / 36℉

39℉ / 34℉

35℉ / 21℉

35℉ / 19℉

30℉ / 13℉


Reviews (3)

4.0 out of 5.0
Service 4.0
Value for Money 3.3
Location 3.7
Cleanliness 5.0
  • Justin armijo
    August 12, 2022 at 3:40 pm

    Nice stretch needs improvement quality wise. Not worth the 125$!

    Helpful Review 3
    • Owner
      August 19, 2022 at 2:48 pm

      Thanks for your feedback, Justin. We are sorry the property didn’t meet your expectations. We hope you enjoyed the serenity of the outdoors.

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  • Scott
    July 19, 2021 at 9:22 pm

    Cool property on the Conejos! Access can be a little tough but if you’re willing to work for it, you’ll get into some nice fish. Had lots of success on parachute adams. Scenery is special if you like lots of foliage and remote locations.

    Helpful Review 3

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Value for Money

Anglers, choose how you want to experience RareWaters!

We work directly with our landowners to provide you with amazing fly fishing experiences. Choose the experience that’s right for you!


  • Skip the crowds at public fishing locations
  • Book any of our properties in exchange for a daily access fee
  • Pay as you go access fees starting at $125 per angler per day
  • Experience adventure, serenity and world-class fly fishing


  • Enjoy the perks of being a Cutthroat Subscriber
  • $25 off daily access fees for you and guests
  • Receive river flow and weather reports for every trip
  • $25 of your subscription is donated to Trout Unlimited


It’s simple. You just pay as you book. Anyone can book our locations! Property access starts at $125 per angler per day. Subscriptions aren’t required but Cutthroat subscribers enjoy perks like $25 off every booking and river reports for each trip. Spend more time on the water and let us worry about the rest!

Landowners have at least 1/2 mile of river, stream or creek running through their property. Each property is vetted by RareWaters staff to ensure a premium fly fishing experience.

Right now, we’re focused on the Western United States. But don’t worry, we plan to list properties in other states soon. Our goal is to provide you with new water access no matter where you’re traveling.

We offer subscriptions to all anglers. Subscriptions offer anglers discounted rod fees, priority booking and more. $25 of every subscription is donated to Trout Unlimited, our partners in conservation.

After we receive your payment, RareWaters sends anglers a detailed property map including directions and GPS coordinates. We strongly encourage all anglers to save the GPS coordinates into their smartphones before leaving cell service. Google Maps is our preferred app for directions.