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​Current 2018 Fishing Closures in Colorado
9/10/2018
Credit:
CPW
Due to high water temperatures and low flows, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is implementing voluntary fishing closures on several stretches of rivers in Colorado. The fishing closure are effective immediately, until further notice.

Although anglers are not legally prohibited from fishing in these stretches, CPW is asking anglers to fish early in the day and find alternative places to fish until conditions improve.

Contact the closest Colorado Parks and Wildlife office for more details.​​​

Northwest Region​

Voluntary Closures Between 2 pm and Midnight

Eagle River fr​om Wolcott downstream to its confluence with the Colorado River


Full Day, 24 hour Voluntary Closures

​Crystal River from Avalanche Creek downstream to its confluence with the Roaring Fork River​​
Yampa River from Chuck Lewis State Wildlife Area to western Steamboat Springs city limits


Southeast Region

Voluntary Closure Between Noon and Midnight

​Conejos River from Platoro Reservoir​ down to Broyles Bridge​.

Closures NO LONGER in Effect

A mandatory fishing closure in place at the tailwater of the Yampa River has been rescinded (see 7/19/18 news release)

Colorado River from State Bridge downstream to Rifle

Colorado River from the confluence with the Fraser River near Windy ​​Gap Reservoir downstream to its confluence with the William​s Fork River near Parshall​

Fraser River from Grand County Road 8 in Fraser, downstream through the towns of Tabernash and Granby to confluence with the Colorado River near Windy Gap Reservoir

North Fork of White River at the National Forest boundary, through the mainstem of the river to the County Road 5 bridge, downstream of the Rio Blanco Lake State Wildlife Area

South Fork of the White River from the National Forest boundary thorough the mainstem of the river to the County Road 5 bridge, downstream of the Rio Blanco Lake State Wildlife Area

Roaring Fork River from Carbondale downstream to its confluence with the Colorado River​​