Starting their descent to the sea, our rivers begin as small creeks in the heights of the San Juan Mountain range. These creeks offer a dry-fly-fishing paradise through the summer months, being populated with opportunistic smaller wild trout and native cutthroat. Our rivers pick up traction farther down the hill as these small creeks conjoin on their descent into valleys and canyons and offer habitat for larger trout. Closer to civilization, these growing rivers bring about opportunities for float fishing before they move on into the picturesque high deserts of Colorado and New Mexico, where large brown trout tread. Duranglers year-round guide service specializes in custom-guided trips on all of these waters. From small high-country creeks to slow, meandering high-desert rivers and tailwaters, the Durango area holds a massive amount of fishing opportunities. Our waters include the Animas River, Rio Grande River, Los Pinos River, Dolores River, Florida River, Piedra River, and more creeks and high alpine lakes than could be fished in a lifetime. We also have a plethora of lakes and reservoirs that hold pike, bass, carp, walleye, sunfish, and trout.