Some people describe the Colorado River at Lees Ferry as “The world's largest spring creek. In reality, it's a massive, clear-running tailwater fishery running 15.5 miles from the outflow of Lake Powell at Glen Canyon Dam to the upper end of the Grand Canyon. At times it gives the impression of being a series of parallel spring-creek-like waterways - a short run that sweeps past a large rock; a 500-yard stretch that follows the old river channel; or a long glide where rainbows lurk to take midges.
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Review 1 for Lees Ferry Angler, AZ
A quality experience at a beautiful place,
March 9, 2013
from Wasilla, Alaska
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"Terry and Wendy Gunn run a top-knotch business. Their guides are seasoned, engaging and extremely knowlegeable. While not officially "Endorsed" by Orvis, their fly shop, lodging and food are consistently excellent and thus is a great reflection upon their guide service. Lee's Ferry is a magnificently beautiful place and the fishing is great. Go with confidence of having a great experience."
Would you recommend this experience or trip to a friend? Yes