Wild Trout Waters in Colorado
The Rio Grande at Coller State Wildlife Area
Selected trout streams and lakes are managed by the Colorado Division of Wildlife specifically to produce wild trout and are not stocked with hatchery fish. These trout are raised completely in the wild under natural conditions, affording anglers an opportunity to experience the joy and challenge of catching truly wild fish.
The Colorado Fishing Guide and Land and Water Use information booklets have details on specific restrictions and regulations for Colorado waters. You should consult these resources before fishing. Portions of designated trout waters may be on private property.
Cache la Poudre River
Lake Fork of the Conejos
Los Pinos Creek
Middle Fork of the South Platte River
North Platte River
North St. Vrain Creek
Roaring Fork River
South Platte River
In Rocky Mountain National Park
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