Welcome anglers! There’s plenty of fishing in this area of Colorado. Here’s several different local spots to whet your appetite!
The Conejos River is a ninety plus mile long river located in south central Colorado. Rated one of the finest trout streams in Colorado it is relatively unknown to anglers outside Colorado; it’s wild trout are plentiful and it’s tributaries offer many miles of secluded water. A tributary of the Rio Grande River, flyfishing the Conejos River is as good as fly fishing gets, anywhere. You can literally leave your cabin or RV site on foot and have your line in the water in just a few minutes.
The source of the Rio De Los Pinos in Colorado is located in the Rio Grande National Forest off Highway 17 about 32 miles southwest of Twin Rivers Cabins & RV Park. Great trout fishing for the entire family.
Rio De Los Pinos
There’s two ways to easily access the Los Pinos. You can start up at the top on the Cumbres Pass as it flows into and out of Trujillo Meadows Reservoir or you can drive south about 15 minutes from twin Rivers Cabins & RV park and go into New Mexico and be fishing it in no time. Great for Browns, Rainbows, and Brookies!
Platoro Reservoir is 990 surface acres in size, at an elevation of 10,000 feet. Fishing is for brown, rainbow and brook trout. The reservoir is open to large and small motorized and non-motorized boats. There is a boat ramp at the northeast end of the reservoir, near the dam. It’s about 30 miles from Twin Rivers Cabins & RV park, a nice day trip for fishing!
Terrace Reservoir is located about 30 miles west of la Jara, CO, So it’s about an hour drive from Twin Rivers Cabins & Rv Park but well worth it. Great trout fishing in both the reservoir and the Alamosa River which flow both into and out of it. Elevation 8500 ft.
is located about 30 miles west of La Jara, Colorado at about 10,000 ft. of elevation. During high water, the fishing can be really good. You can also fish La Jara Creek, which flows out of it, for some really nice trout.
There are many other high mountain lakes and streams in the area. Many require quite a hike to reach them and some folks bring horses. if you’re so inclined, we can board your horses, too!