Eagle River Fishing Map
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This map details the Eagle River from it's headwaters at Camp Hale to it's confluence with the Colorado River in Dotsero, Colorado. This map contains all public fishing access areas, rapids, rapid classifications, campgrounds, boat put in locations, and parking areas. Also included are guide services, fly fishing retailer locations, insect hatch chart and fishing regulations.
It is most famous for the prolific Caddis hatches that come off in the spring and early summer. The Eagle is noted for its excellent dry fly fishing for wild brown and rainbow trout. The float fishing season is fantastic but short and runs from April-July in most years. The Eagle can wade fished year-round and there is excellent public access to the river below Wolcott and above Edwards.