Roaring Fork River Colorado Digital GPS Mobile Fishing Map

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This is a digital GPS accurate mobile fishing map of the Roaring Fork River in Colorado which works in the free Avenza PDF Map App.  Search Avenza PDF Map App in either your Google Play Store or Apple App Store.  Download and install the app. Open the app, maps tab.  + Sign and then the QR Code Reader Icon.  Scan this code.

You can also click on the link below:

Roaring Fork River Fishing Map & Fly Fishing Map - Colorado

 

We use the Avenza PDF Maps App to display our maps on your smartphone because Avenza Systems Inc has been the premiere GIS and cartographic software developer for decades. Other notable companies such as National Geographic, Dept. of Forestry, US Army Cops of Engineers, New York Times and Time Magazine use their app. To date, Map the Xperience has over 25,000 map downloads using the Avenza app.

You can also visit our Map the Xperience digital products on the Avenza site

This map covers 45 river miles of the Roaring Fork River from Aspen to its confluence with the Colorado River. Also 15 river miles of the Frying Pan River from Ruedi Reservoir to the Roaring Fork confluence.

This map contains all public fishing access areas, rapids, rapid classifications, campgrounds, boat put in locations, parking areas and BLM Public Land areas. Also included are insect hatch chart and float charts.

The Roaring Fork is classified as Wild Trout Waters and Gold Medal Waters from Hallum Lake (near Aspen) downstream to Upper Woody Creek Bridge. Access the river from the Rio Grande Trail, which runs along the north side of the Fork. It is classified as Gold Medal Water again from the confluence with Crystal River and downstream to the confluence with the Colorado River.

The Frying Pan River is another Gold Medal Waters classified destination. There is quite a bit of public access along this river. Portions of the river are on forest land, some on state land and others have access rights through the Division of Wildlife.