Conejos River Colorado
The Conejos flows from the San Juan Wilderness in southern Colorado north of Chama New Mexico to the Rio Grande on the new Mexico Colorado border the Conejos provides fly fishing anglers excellent rainbow and brown trout fishing.
Guest Ranches, Fishing Lodges and Camping Areas along the Conejos’ path offer the summer vacationer the ultimate high country mountain vacation experience.
6000 acre Platoro Reservoir near Platoro, Colorado has great fishing, camping, hiking, back packing canoeing and boating.
Nearby towns of Antonito, Colorado and Chama, New Mexico are home to the historic narrow guage steam powered Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad. Tickets my be purchased in Antonito or Chama for this spectacular mountain railroad train ride.
Fly Fishing is not the only activity on the Conejos. Numerous hiking and mountain biking trials originate on the Conejos’ banks, climbing through alpine meadows and Aspen forests to the San Jaun wilderness peaks.
Elk, Mule Deer and Beaver are plentiful along the Conejos.
The Conejos, a photographers dreamscape!
Conejos River Fly Fishing Public Access FR 250
The Conejos River runs southeast, turns east toward Antonito, then empties into the famous Rio...Read More
Conejos River Trout Fishing at Aspen Glade Campground
Catching a 5-pound rainbow trout is possible on the Conejos River throughout the summer and fall...Read More
Conejos River Fly Fishing Report July 2, 2017
Below Mogote: LOTS of bugs on the water. HUGE salmon flies, stoneflies, Green and Gray drakes,...Read More
Conejos River Fly Fishing Report 09-11-2016
I fished the Conejos on 9-11-16 there was a good B W O hatch about 12;00 but i only saw one fish...Read More
John Denver’s Tribute to the Conejos River
ASPEN – Would John Denver have been so involved in environmental issues if he had stayed in...Read More
Conejos River Fly Fishing Report May 27, 2006
May 27, 2006 A quick update from the Conejos River tonight. The water levels on the Los Pinos and the La Jara are hitting perfect. Caddis have started on the La Jara and the black stones should be on the water any day now on the Los Pinos.Read More