San Miguel River Fishing Report near Delta, Colorado

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on May 17th

Fishing should be good for rainbows below Placerville, fair for browns and rainbows between Placerville and the South Fork, and good for small brook trout near Telluride. Live minnows drifted in the current work well.


Fishing Tips for San Miguel River

on December 8th

A small, fast little river the San Miguel is still recovering from mining damages but the fishery is decent with medium size rainbow, brown, and cutthroat plentiful in the pocket water and it keeps getting better all the time. You can float the river with a whitewater kayak but your best bet is probably wading. As you are working your way down the river pay special attention to the inlets of some of the feeder creeks, some of them have fishing that is every bit as good if not a little better than the main river. Good Luck!


Fishing Hot Spots near San Miguel River

  "Lots of rainbow trout that average 10-14 inches and are known to grow much bigger than that are..." Miramonte Reservoir

  "Ryman Creek has about 4 miles of fishable water that supports a fair population go cutthroat and..." Ryman Creek

  "Expect good fishing for the usual trout...." North East Creek

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