Wild Trout Water

Selected trout lakes and streams are managed by the Colorado Division of Wildlife to produce wild trout and are therefore not stocked with hatchery fish. These waters contain self-sustaining populations of trout, which raised entirely within the natural environment, give anglers an opportunity to experience the challenge of catching totally wild trout.

The Colorado Fishing and Land and Water Use information booklets have details on specific restrictions and regulations for Colorado waters and should be consulted before fishing. Portions of designated wild trout waters may be on private property. Other waters may be designated as wild trout waters in the future and interested fishermen should check with the Division of Wildlife for further information.

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