from the Colorado
at Lee's Ferry
Arizona Guide Mike Roth invites you to join him for some world class trout fishing on the crystal clear waters of the Colorado River at Lees Ferry
The fish are very healthy, firm and strong - most range from 13” to 19” with some in the 20 – 21” class
Fishing any time of the year
Lees Ferry is a premiere fishery located in northern Arizona on the Colorado River above the Grand Canyon. Created with the completion of Glen Canyon Dam in 1963, this tail water is crystal clear and a constant 47 degrees, providing anglers with an exceptional fishing opportunity 365 days a year. The river here is successfully managed as a trophy fishery by the Arizona Department of Game and Fish.
National Park Service Info
Lees Ferry is 42 miles (61 km) from Page via Hwy 89 south and Hwy 89A west. It is 85 miles (125 km) from the North Rim of the Grand Canyon via Hwy 89A and Hwy 67. The Lees Ferry Junction and Park Entrance is just west of Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center. A paved road leads 5 miles (8 km) to the Ferry area. Services available at Lees Ferry include a National Park Service campground, dump station and public launch ramp. There is a gas station, store, and post office at Marble Canyon, next to the park entrance. More services are found west on Hwy 89A.