Central Colorado Waters

The links listed below provide information on waters found in central Colorado, including the most current fishing reports available on the Web.  Most, but not all, of the fishing reports are updated fairly regularly during the local fishing season.  Some of these links take you directly to a fishing report, while others require you to make a few more clicks to reach the fishing report page for the listed water.

If you know of any other regularly updated Colorado fishing reports on the Web, please contact CWF at info@colowomenflyfishers.org.


Blue River

General Information – Cutthroat Anglers

Fishing Report – Cutthroat Anglers

Fishing Report – Mountain Angler - Click on fishing report link at the bottom of Mountain Angler’s home page.

Colorado River

Fishing Report for Colorado in Middle Park – Mountain Angler – Click on fishing report link at the bottom of Mountain Angler’s home page.

Alpine River Outfitters

Eagle River

Fishing Report – Cutthroat Anglers

Fishing Report – Roaring Fork Anglers

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Frying Pan River

Fishing Report – Frying Pan Anglers - Click on “Online Flyfishing Reports.”

Fishing Report – Roaring Fork Anglers

Fishing Report – Taylor Creek Fly Shop – Click on “River Reports.”

Gunnison River and Near-by Waters

Gunnison River Flyshop

High Country Lakes

Grand Mesa Lakes

Roaring Fork River

Fishing Report – Frying Pan Anglers - Click on “Online Flyfishing Reports.”

Fishing Report – Roaring Fork Anglers

Williams Fork River

Fishing Report  – Cutthroat Anglers

Trout Trips Guide Service

Colorado Weather

National Weather Service (NWS)

Type City, State (or just a zip code, if you know it) to see extended forecasts for any point in Colorado. Radar and Satellite images included.

Comprehensive Weather Links for Colorado

The Weather Channel Current conditions, five-day forecasts and regional Doppler radar. Type in “Vail, CO” (no quotes).

Accu-Weather Access to four-day forecasts, current conditions and local radar for hundreds of Colorado towns, including otherwise hard-to-find forecasts for places like Creede, Cortez, or Durango.  Just type in the name of the Colorado town closest to your fishing destination and, if it isn’t on the Accuweather system, you will be directed to a complete list of Colorado station options.