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The Williams Fork River, aka The Fork, parallels the Blue River and is a tributary of the Colorado. It holds one of the finest populations of brown trout in the west. From the Williams Fork Dam, downstream to the Colorado River, is a two-mile stretch of fly fishing paradise.

A full thirty minute hike from the parking area to the river helps keep fishing pressure low. Anglers can catch trout with all specialties in fly fishing from nymphs to streamers to dry flies. Unfortunately, the devastation that the Whirling disease has had on the rainbow trout is very apparent. But the browns are still there in impressive numbers.

Suggestions include: Caddis, Pale Morning Duns, Red Quills, PMD’s, BWO’s, Yellow Sallies and Rusty Spinners. Ideal flows for the “Fork” are between 100-250 cfs.

Regulations are flies and lures only and all fish must be returned to the water immediately.

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