The San Miguel River – Naturita, Colorado
Streaming through a scenic desert canyon, the San Miguel River is a mix of long runs and riffles and deep holes. Boulders make up most of the structure in the river where fish hold. The top half of the property is accessed by a rugged dirt road with trails leading to the river; the lower half is accessed from a trail leading from State Hwy 90. When getting ready for your trip, make sure you’re preparing for an adventure in rugged terrain. The work you put in getting up and down the canyon will surely be rewarded with rainbows and browns in your net.
PRIVATE WATER DETAILS
Length of river stretch: 4 miles
River type: Freestone
Species: Trout- Brown, Rainbow
Price per day: $161.18
- 1.5 hours from Telluride or Montrose
- 4 miles of diverse water
- Very rarely fished
- Our largest stretch of river
- Remote location, great for multi-day trips
Provided by the USGS
CURRENT RIVER CONDITIONS
Near Nucla, Colorado, you can find some of the most unique water in the state. In Kichelmann Canyon, you can find over 4 miles of this unique water streaming through desert sandstone. The San Miguel river forms a bright blue ribbon glistening in the desolate landscape. EXPLORE
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