Arkansas River, Lake Fork A-4

Description: Approximately 3/4 mile of the Lake Fork of the Arkansas River, plus another 3/4 mile on Rock and Willow Creeks. This tailwater of Turquoise Lake averages 25 feet in width and offers one of the most spectacular vistas of all our tracts. Good population of Browns to 18 inches and a few cutthroats over 18 inches. Rock and Willow Creeks are much smaller and offer heavy willow cover and some beaver pond-type water.

Location: This property is located 4 miles SW of Leadville, less than two hours from Denver.

Capacity: Limited to 2 anglers.

To make a reservation call 303-421-6239 or 1-800-524-1814.

Rate Notes:

Rates:
Everyday
Adult
$60.00
Everyday
Adult 1/2 Day
Everyday
Adult Aftn.
$45.00
Everyday
Child
$0.00
Everyday
Youth
$45.00
Everyday
Youth 1/2 Day
Everyday
Youth Aftn.
$33.75

Property Log Book Comments

Went back for some more action based on the previous weeks trip. Again perfect flow and weather (mostly cloudy, light breeze) along with the caddis storm had me ready for big action but alas the morning was really slow. Beat the water with every standard dropper I had and eventually settled on anything green that would catch the occasional fish. Unlike last week there was little if any rising taking place. Tried a green wooly bugger and caught a couple just before lunch. After lunch tied on a stimy and a green copper john and walked up to the road to fish back to the parking area. Something happened while I was eating lunch and the fish turned on big time. Caught over 20 mostly on the green cj. No rhyme or reason as the weather did not change at all but I was not going to argue. Fish not quite as big as last weeks average but still pretty respectable for this stream based on past years. ~ Mountain Moose -- July 21st, 2014


Had a mostly sunny with a light breeze kind of day with another member in near perfect flow conditions. Purportedly a green drake hatch but all we saw were caddis (by the millions) which hatched all day. Did not seem to matter what was on top (stimy, humpy, elk hair caddis, etc.) as long as you had a standard copper john on the bottom you caught fish. Both rods caught about equal number of very healthy browns on both dry and dropper. Non-stop action from first cast to last cast. Past experience in years past on the this lease provided the 8 - 10 inch browns while this trip they were substantially bigger with shoulders. Glad to see some improvement in the health. ~ Mountain Moose -- July 21st, 2014


Fished the afternoon until thunderstorms rolled in. All fish taken on top with PMX and stimulators. Large caddis hatch, but could not seem to match. 10 or more fish in 3.5 hours. ~ Mike Narkewicz -- July 12th, 2014


George and I fished from 8:30 - 4:30. Between the two of us caught about 40 fish. Almost all fish were caught on dry flies. Most were caught on small hopper patterns size #12. During the Afternoon there was a proflific hatch of various Mayflies including I think, Green Drakes. During this two hour period several fish in the 16" - 18" range were caught. We did not cover the whole property and it should be made clear to members that although the property is only 3/4 mile, the stream itself must be 3x that length as it meanders back and forth through the property. It was an excellent dry fly day! ~ Joe Bo -- July 7th, 2014


Fished from 8:00-4:30. Water level was 23 CFS and clear. 13 fish caught. All browns up to 16" except for one brookie. The beaver pond near the parking area fished well with many risers as long as the wind was calm. Fished the entire length of the property using dry/dropper, buggers, and beadhead nymphs with little success. I saw many fish but most didn't want to play. ~ Todd Hellings -- June 25th, 2014


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