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It’s March and spring fishing is just around the corner! Temperatures today and throughout the rest of the week are forecasted to be fairly warm. As we head further into the month of March, more areas to fish will start to open up. Look out for Chuck Lewis and Sarvis Creek. Those two spots will be really awesome areas to check out this spring.Everyday it seems like the fishing conditions in the Yampa Valley are changing. If you’re looking to go out and are curious about the current conditions, feel free to give us a call! Our expert  guides are...

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With what could have been our last big winter cold pop behind us, spring fishing is right around the corner. The Yampa River through and above town is a great opportunistic fishery right now. These warmer weeks can yield open stretches and eager fish! With most trout holding in the deepest slowest water, they are not hard to find. Nymphing, Streamers, and even some quality midge dry fly fishing, have all been productive recently. We are in one of the best times of year to sleep in and still enjoy a great afternoon bite. We have some great winter properties...

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Tail Waters/Sarvis Creek Fishing -

Today’s fishing report is brought to you by Ben Rock.The winter weather is fully upon us, with the resort reporting 26 total inches last week and up to 30 inches in the five day forecast. Although slush on the ice is still an issue with the new snow, the ice conditions are safe if you’re looking to go out and fish.Although bluebird days are more scenic and comfortable, look out for upcoming overcast days with snow flurries because the fish like to bite more in those conditions. It’s really all about the balance of keeping yourself comfortable on those colder...

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What a week it's turning out to be! Yesterday was 45°F and now the Steamboat area is about to get 30-inches of snow.The snow forecast looks great, but we wish we had better news for this week’s fishing report. Because it was so warm this week and last, the ice conditions are fairly poor. If you do choose to go out on the ice, please be cautious and go to areas where other people have fished, otherwise you’re going to be dealing with four to five inches of slush and dangerous conditions.The only area worth ice fishing at would be the...

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It's 40°F today and we want to emphasize the importance of fisherman safety. These unusually warm temperatures are a bit concerning for ice fishing conditions in late January. Out on the lakes and reservoirs, these warmer temperatures are causing slush to build up on top of the ice shelf. As we’ve mentioned before, it’s never a good idea to fish in an unfamiliar area, especially with the rise in temperatures. Guided tours with a professional are the safest way to go out on the ice and we are available for bookings. Give us a call!If you do choose to go...

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