“Fly fishing can put you in some of the most beautiful environments available. The Canyon is magnificent and this is a good way to see it.”
Described as “The World’s Largest Spring Creek,” the Colorado River at Lees Ferry is a massive, clear running tailwater fishery.
The river runs 15.5 miles from the outflow of Lake Powell at Glen Canyon Dam to the upper end of the Grand Canyon. At times, it gives the impression of being not one or two, but a series of parallel spring creek-like waterways.
To the uninitiated, fly fishing the Colorado River at Lees Ferry is like casting a needle in a haystack. To your professional guide, the river is a road map with Rainbow trout at the end of the line.
Of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World, only one has great fishing for wild rainbow trout.
See for yourself why Lees Ferry is on every fisherman’s “must do” list.
(800)962-9755 or (928)355-2261