Lees Ferry Anglers


United States


Mile Post 547 N Hwy 89A, Marble Canyon, AZ 86036


Latitude: 36.743859

Longitude: -111.753657





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Some people describe the Colorado River at Lees Ferry as "the world's largest spring creek.".

In reality, it's a massive, clear-running tailwater fishery running 15.5 miles from the outflow of Lake Powell at Glen Canyon Dam to the upper end of the Grand Canyon. Indeed, at times it gives the impression of being not one or two, but a series of parallel spring creek-like crystal waterways....a shortrun that sweeps past a large rock; a 500 yard long stretch that follows the old river channel; or a long glide where rainbows lurk to take midges. 

To the uninitiated, fly-fishing the Colorado River at Lees Ferry is like casting to a needle in a haystack. To your professional guide, the river is a roadmap. With a rainbow at the end of the line.

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