Fly fishing in Pagosa Springs!
The Piedra River is a good trout stream, where you’ll find brown, rainbow and cutthroat trout. This stretch of the river can only be fished with artificial flies and lures and it’s limited to two trout bags. You’ll find excellent rainbow and brook trout, as well as kokanee salmon fishing on the Williams Creek Reservoir. Salmon are best caught with artificial lures or worms. Williams Creek Reservoir is surrounded outstanding mountain views. Navajo Lake offers some of the greatest largemouth and smallmouth bass, rainbow trout, kokanee salmon, bluegill and northern pike fishing in Colorado.
Lake fishing and boating on the San Juan River!
The downtown stretch of the San Juan River offers some of the best fishing in the Pagosa Springs. The river is regularly stocked throughout the summer, which make for incredible
trout fishing. Over the last few years, the town has been adding river enhancements that provide additional fish habitat areas. The 1.5 mile stretch in the downtown area will turn all fishermen into kids again – especially after they’ve pulled out the largest trout of their lives!
Pagosa Springs Cabin rentals
Pagosa Springs is a town in southwest Colorado known for its hot springs. It’s surrounded by the rugged San Juan river and many national forests. The San Juan River runs through town and brings an abundance of trout. The Southwest, Chimney Rock National Monument features the ruins of ancient Ancestral Puebloan dwellings. High Country lodge offers some of the greatest Pagosa Springs Cabin rentals in Colorado. Not only are they nestled in the San Juan Mountains between Pagosa Springs and Wolf Creek Ski area, but they are also near the Four Corners, where Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona intersect.
What are you waiting for, book your Pagosa Springs Cabin rentals with High Country lodge today!