As Sporting Goods Green Vest Kirk can confirm, fall in Colorado is actually a great time to fish. With school back in session and hunting season in full swing, waterways are bound to be less crowded (with the exception, maybe, of the South Platte River, which gets inundated with anglers as the leaves start to fall). Plus, with autumn being spawning season for brown trout, local waters are replete with trout eggs–and– you guessed it, fish looking to gorge themselves as well.
So whether you prefer fly fishing, lure fishing or bait fishing, make that next trip out a successful one. Trophy fish are out and about, hungry and waiting to take a bite.
Colorado fall fishing tips: Gear up!
And as always, if you have any questions about angling or Colorado fall fishing tips, don’t hesitate to Ask a Green Vest.