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Colorado Cunningham Creek

Characteristics updated about 1 month ago
Available Segments 2

River Characteristics

Description
The headwaters of Cunningham Creek originate high in the awesome San Juan Mountains in Southern Colorado. The flow starts from Highland Mary Lake, southeast of Silverton. In the peak months, the access road that parallels Cunningham Creek can be busy. The creek is narrow with several spillover ponds that contain Brookies. Lower down you will probably find some Browns and maybe Rainbows. Higher-up Cutties. Other helpful items: Dispersed camping near Highlands Mary Lake, a 4WD vehicle with decent clearance is nice.
Difficulty
Moderate difficulty. 
GPS
37.83167,-107.59276
Headwater
Natural Flow / Un-dammed / Freestone
High Mountains
Clarity
⋅ May 29, 2022
Wadability
· For the most part...
The creek is narrow and mostly shallow in spots. However, in some areas, the current is moving swiftly, use good judgment. 
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Current Flow

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Segments

* 2 segments listed for the Cunningham Creek
Name Fishy Updated
Fork in the Road · Pretty Darn Fishy about 1 month ago
Near the Green Mountain Mine · Pretty Darn Fishy about 1 month ago

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Notations

Craig Hoffman
about 1 month ago
Waterfalls right off the road!
Craig Hoffman
about 1 month ago
Easy stream access.

Known Fish

Known Fish of the Cunningham Creek
Type Species Up To
Trout Brook 8 in.
Trout Brown 8 in.
Trout Cutthroat 8 in.
Trout Rainbow 8 in.
* Fish likely to be found. Size is a approximation.