This ¾ mile stretch of the Lake Fork is a brown treat heaven. Located below Turquoise Lake in the Shadows of Mt. Elbert, this tailwater has consistency of flow and water temperature, making it a viable option during the Spring, Summer, and Fall. One thing that makes this stretch so fun to fish is the character of the water. The river meanders through open grasslands with undercut banks and long riffle sections, perfect for both dry fly and nymph fisherman. Not only is this property a great fishing destination, the beauty of it is hard to match, flanked by two of the Rockies highest mountain ranges. Due to the longer drive time, full day trips are required for this property.
Pricing includes all necessary equipment; rods, reels, waders, boots, flies, etc. as well as transportation, rod fees, and lunch. As with all Front Range Angler Private Water trips, the only two things not included are guide gratuity and Colorado fishing licenses for the day.