Several species of trout are available to fly-fishers in the small lakes on Boulder Mountain, and the nearby streams. Cutthroat and brook trout are within easy casting distance along the shoreline of the area's small lakes and beaver ponds. Boulder Mountain is famous for elusive trophy-size trout. A pontoon or float tube may provide an advantage when you are targeting the big ones.
Cutthroat and brook trout thrive in these undisturbed clear mountain waters, as do wild cut bows and browns. Because of the mountain's remote location, relatively few anglers know about its pristine waters. This allows persistent anglers to fish in quiet solitude and with careful strategy.
While many anglers choose to come alone, others select to try the waters with a guide. Guided flyfishing trips offer an incredible opportunity for reeling in large wild trout. Professional guides, knowledgeable about the area, provide valuable perspectives based on their own extensive experiences on these remote lakes and streams. Many guides run a complete outfit, providing everything from expertise to rods, flies, and even lunch. Dream fishing at Boulder Mountain awaits anglers who seek both solitude and world-class fishing.