Southwest Colorado is home to some of the most beautiful rivers and streams in the United States. The Gunnison River, nestled within Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, offers incredible views of 2,000-foot rock walls and Gold Medal trout fishing. The Uncompahgre River, a lesser known but productive river, flows through Ouray, Ridgway, and Montrose and holds sizable rainbow, brown, and cutthroat trout. The Cimarron River, a smaller stretch of water originating in Uncompahgre National Forest, also has nice rainbow, brown, and cutthroat trout.
Southwest Colorado Fishing Report - Updated 4/13/2021
The Gunnison River is fishing well at the Pleasure Park section. The East Portal section of the Gunnison River is closed for the 2021 season to complete road work. The Uncompahgre River is fishing well in Montrose. The fishing has been productive at Billy Creek and Pa-Co-Chu-Puk as well. Cimarron River is remains frozen over and just beginning to thaw.
We have experienced our best fishing during the middle of the day.
Please call the shop for suggestions and the latest information at (970)372-2395.
Gunnison River Fishing Report
Uncompahgre River Fishing Report
Cimarron River Fishing Report