Fly Fishing Rocky Mountain National Park
Want to see the most beautiful place a fish could live? Try fly fishing Rocky Mountain Natinal Park!
Grab your hiking back-pack, head up to Bear Lake Trail-head and let’s go fishing! Fishing the waters on the way up to Sky Pond is a beautiful adventure; the Loch is breathtaking and the fish are in plain site.
Fly fishing colorado in the Rocky Mountain National Park - 415 square miles of the most spectacular mountain scenery in America. With granite summits towering over head, forested valleys, flowering streams, the landscape inspires awe with its immense size and beauty.
The Park straddles the Continental Divide; the rooftop of America where melting snows and rainfall flow westward to the Pacific Ocean or southeast to the Gulf of Mexico.
Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous paved highway in the United States, travels through the heart of the Park providing access to the delicate beauty of the Alpine Tundra, which comprises a third of the Park's area. The route, with 11 miles above tree line, climbs from Estes Park at 7,522 feet above sea level to a high point of over 12,000 feet.
Bear Lake Trail-head - this part of Rocky Mountain National Park is one of those rarest of creations – the hike to the fishing hole is as awesome as the destination!
If you’ve ever wondered where the waters came from that run through the river where you catch those beautiful rainbows – hike up to 10,000 feet to witness a glacier lake as smooth as greased glass and as blue-green as New Mexico turquoise. .
Glacier lakes – home of the native Brook Trout. Let’s speak of fly fishing as if preparing for a fine meal. One must choose the proper food, one must set the table with the right equipment, and then it’s all about presentation.
If you find yourself in the trees by casting a typical 12:00 to 3:00 loop, (think of the face of a clock or hammering a nail into the wall in front of you), then bring that cast around to the side and lay it on the water as smoothly as possible.
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