Local waters run high as fishing season picks up

24th June, 2016 by

By Chris Freud

With the official arrival of summer this week local trout fisheries remain on the high side due to extremely warm weather that has melted the remaining snow pack at a faster than normal rate. Although this had led to challenging fishing conditions, trout are transitioning into their more active summer feeding patterns as insect hatches intensify. During the next week, river levels are expected to drop as continued hot weather diminishes the snowpack. Look for the fishing to really pick up on the Eagle River and conditions to get better on the Colorado. We’re just days away from some of …

Source:: Vail Daily Feed



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