As temperatures cool, fishing remains strong

27th August, 2015 by

By Chris Freud

The summer fishing season is winding down in Vail Valley but the trout are still biting on local rivers and creeks. With the end of the busy summer season, area fisheries are now seeing less pressure than in recent weeks. Anglers will find an easier time locating good fishing spots to wade into on the Eagle River and less boats using the more popular ramps on the Colorado River. Late summer and early fall bring predictable fishing with low, clear water, hatches of small mayflies and fat trout in great condition. Early mornings and evenings provide the best bite while …

Source:: Vail Daily Feed



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