Unlike most areas of the country, our beautiful State of Colorado offers anglers a unique opportunity to fish year-round. But, forget the lakes, they're still mostly frozen solid during early March, the best fly fishing is done on our world-class tailwaters and here's why. Tailwater temperatures remain constant throughout the year because the bottom portion of the reservoir is what's being released. This portion of water is warmer and resistant to freezing up. Another bonus of fishing tail-water and the fact that it is released from lakes and reservoirs, is that it contains rich nutrients, providing fish with sustenance year round and allowing them to flourish into trophy size fish. Deckers, Elevenmile Canyon and Cheesman, below the dam, are some of many excellent tailwaters that produce great fishing in chilly seasons.
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