Fishing Report (5/13/2015)

Wednesday May 13, 2015 comments

Flat Tops Fishing Report (05/13/15) The rivers and streams in the Flat Tops are running high and fast due to the combination of run off and recent heavy precipitation. Ripple Creek Pass remains closed, but County Road 8 from Meeker to Ripple Creek Lodge is open as are the Marvine Creek Road and the South Fork Road. Flat Tops Rivers and Streams: The North Fork of the White River produces some very nice cutthroats, rainbows and whitefish; many in the 16-20 inch range.Downstream, toward Meeker, 24 inchers are not uncommon.Closer to... Read More


Fishing Report (09/03/14)

Wednesday September 3, 2014 comments

Flat Tops Fishing Report (09/03/14) School is back in session, football season is upon us and the summer crowds are dwindling. It sounds like the perfect time to book your stay at Ripple Creek Lodge. Flat Tops Rivers and Streams: The North Fork of the White River produces some very nice cutthroats, rainbows and whitefish; many in the 16-20 inch range.Downstream, toward Meeker, 24 inchers are not uncommon.Closer to Trappers Lake, the fishing for brookies is generally excellent. The North Fork is red hot right now. The water... Read More


Fishing Report (08/28/14)

Saturday August 23, 2014 comments

Fishing Report (08/28/14)

Flat Tops Fishing Report (08/27/14) Fall is in the air at Ripple Creek Lodge. A slight chill is descending at night and the aspens are beginning to show hints of yellow. That means that amazing fall fishing is just around the corner Flat Tops Rivers and Streams: The North Fork of the White River produces some very nice cutthroats, rainbows and whitefish; many in the 16-20 inch range.Downstream, toward Meeker, 24 inchers are not uncommon.Closer to Trappers Lake, the fishing for brookies is generally excellent. Regular rains... Read More


Fishing Report (08/13/14)

Wednesday August 13, 2014 comments

Fishing Report (08/13/14)

Flat Tops Fishing Report (08/13/14) Were looking at a stormy week, but the forecast is for a beautiful weekend. A slight chill of fall is in the evening air, which means prime fall fishing is just around the corner. Flat Tops Rivers and Streams: The North Fork of the White River produces some very nice cutthroats, rainbows and whitefish; many in the 16-20 inch range.Downstream, toward Meeker, 24 inchers are not uncommon.Closer to Trappers Lake, the fishing for brookies is generally excellent. Regular rains have kept flows... Read More


Fishing Report (08/7/14)

Thursday August 7, 2014 comments

Fishing Report (08/7/14)

Flat Tops Fishing Report (08/06/14) Its time to take advantage of the few remaining days before school starts and fall activities dominate your weekends. Book your stay at Ripple Creek Lodge today and take advantage of the bounty of great fishing opportunities. Flat Tops Rivers and Streams: The North Fork of the White River produces some very nice cutthroats, rainbows and whitefish; many in the 16-20 inch range.Downstream, toward Meeker, 24 inchers are not uncommon.Closer to Trappers Lake, the fishing for brookies is generally... Read More


Fishing Report (07/30/14)

Wednesday July 30, 2014 comments

Fishing Report (07/30/14)

Flat Tops Fishing Report (07/30/14) Flat Tops Rivers and Streams: Weve had some heavy rain over the last few days, but the forecast is for a beautiful, sunny weekend. Stop by the lodge and say hello. Well point you to where the fish are biting. The North Fork of the White River produces some very nice cutthroats, rainbows and whitefish; many in the 16-20 inch range.Downstream, toward Meeker, 24 inchers are not uncommon.Closer to Trappers Lake, the fishing for brookies is generally excellent. The North Fork of the White River... Read More


Fishing Report (07/09/14)

Friday July 4, 2014 comments

Fishing Report (07/09/14)

Flat Tops Fishing Report (07/9/14) Flat Tops Rivers and Streams: It looks like were going to start seeing the afternoon thunderstorms rolling in for the next few days, so get on the water early and enjoy a few hours of marvelous fishing before the skies darken. The North Fork of the White River produces some very nice cutthroats, rainbows and whitefish; many in the 16-20 inch range.Downstream, toward Meeker, 24 inchers are not uncommon.Closer to Trappers Lake, the fishing for brookies is generally excellent. The North Fork... Read More


Fishing Report (07/02/14)

Wednesday July 2, 2014 comments

Fishing Report (07/02/14)

Flat Tops Fishing Report (07/2/14) Flat Tops Rivers and Streams: If youre looking to escape the crowds and enjoy some fishing over July 4 th weekend, the Flat Tops are your ideal destination. The action on all of the streams and lakes in the area has been red hot. The North Fork of the White River produces some very nice cutthroats, rainbows and whitefish; many in the 16-20 inch range.Downstream, toward Meeker, 24 inchers are not uncommon.Closer to Trappers Lake, the fishing for brookies is generally excellent. The North... Read More


Fishing Report (06/24/14)

Tuesday June 24, 2014 comments

Fishing Report (06/24/14)

Flat Tops Fishing Report (6/25/14) Flows on all of the Flat Tops streams have receded from runoff levels and the water is running crystal clear. Reports from all of the lakes and streams are that the fishing is outstanding. Book your stay at Ripple Creek Lodge today and take advantage of many wonderful fishing opportunities available in Colorados Flat Tops Mountain Range. The North Fork of the White River produces some very nice cutthroats, rainbows and whitefish; many in the 16-20 inch range.Downstream, toward Meeker, 24 inchers are... Read More


Fishing Report (06/14/14)

Saturday June 14, 2014 comments

Fishing Report (06/14/14)

Flat Tops Fishing Report (6/12/14) The last of the remaining snow in the Flat Tops is melting in a hurry and all of the lakes are open and accessible. Now is the ideal time to book a stay at Ripple Creek Lodge and enjoy some mountain lake fishing as the ice is off and the fish are feeding aggressively. The North Fork of the White River produces some very nice cutthroats, rainbows and whitefish; many in the 16-20 inch range.Downstream, toward Meeker, 24 inchers are not uncommon.Closer to Trappers Lake, the fishing for brookies... Read More