The Flat Tops offers a unique combination of streams and mountain lakes, with a variety of fishing opportunities.
Fly Fishing anywhere is fun. But there's nothing quite like fly fishing in one of Colorado's remote wilderness areas. From the small streams to high alpine lakes, the fish are unpressured and the scenery is unbeatable. Opportunities exist for trophy sized fish due to the remoteness of many fishing areas.
Fly fishing Colorado's wilderness lakes and streams is an experience you'll never forget. The Flat Tops is an angler's paradise, featuring more than 100 lakes and several hundred miles of trout streams that aren't accessible by any motor vehicle. Whether catching cutthroat and brook trout by the dozen in a meandering meadow stream, or landing bruisers in a blue alpine lake at timberline, there are opportunities for everyone.
Angler's here can choose to focus on small stream fishing, alpine lakes or beaver ponds. Trappers Lake is a wild trout water, holding the largest concentration of Colorado River cutthroats in the world.