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Colorado North Fork of the Saint Vrain

Characteristics updated 11 months ago

The North Fork of the St. Vrain River is a beautiful mountain stream located in northern Colorado, known for its excellent fly fishing opportunities. The river is surrounded by picturesque mountain scenery and is home to abundant trout, including browns, rainbows, and cutthroats.

The river's upper section is characterized by pocket water, riffles, and runs, while the lower section features deeper pools and long, slow stretches. Dry fly fishing is popular on the North Fork, with hatches of mayflies, caddisflies, and stoneflies occurring throughout the season.

The North Fork of the St. Vrain River is a must-visit destination for fly anglers seeking a picturesque mountain stream with excellent trout fishing opportunities.

Characteristics & Metrics

Headwater
Dam
Reservoir
Clarity
⋅ May 29, 2023
Flows seem to be rising, which certainly affects the clarity.
GPS
40.211700,-105.399800
Caught
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Current Flow

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Additional Resources

River and steam flow data are acquired from multiped sources. This feature is only available in select states (Colorado only). Flows are updated multiple times a day. Data might be unavailable due to ice or other objects obstructing the gage.

NORTH SAINT VRAIN CREEK BELOW RALPH PRICE (BUTTON ROCK) RESERVOIR
Update about 7 hours ago

Flow: 69 cfs

Data Source: DWR

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Notations

Known Fish

Known Fish of the North Fork of the Saint Vrain
Type Species Up To
Trout Brown 12 in.
Trout Cutthroat 12 in.
Trout Rainbow 12 in.
* Fish likely to be found. Size is a approximation.