FLY FISHING ON TARRYALL CREEK
Tarryall Creek meanders through a mountain meadow with classic riffle-pool configuration. The river boasts longer runs with small pockets and shrub-lined banks as well as fast riffles that feed deep canyon pools.
An impressive population of fish (wild browns) in the 8 to 17 inch range are distributed throughout the river, with even larger fish in the deeper pools. Many of our anglers have successfully released 18-24 inch browns and rainbows on this creek. The stream should be worked methodically, as it isn’t always obvious where the fish are holding or what patterns will be effective. Our guides drastically reduce the guesswork and specialize in finding these less obvious fish. The properties on beautiful Tarryall Creek are ideal for one person or two anglers who are willing to work as a team.
CURRENT RIVER CONDITIONS
Wild brown trout caught on a dry fly on Tarryall Creek in Colorado.
Summer scene while fly fishing Tarryall Creek.
Big rainbow trout for a small stream like Tarryall Creek.
Nice Tarryall Creek brown trout.
Once in a while a lucky angler can find a special treat. A few large northern pike lurk in the depths feasting on trout.