The Williams Fork is a tail water that resembles most of the tail waters in our area. The difference is that the access is highly difficult in comparison with our other local waters. There is no park and fish access. The Williams Fork from below the dam to the confluence of the Colorado is not very long and consistently fishes well year round.

If you are going in the winter be prepared for a tough hike through deep snow, or bring snowshoes. Fishing this river in the winter is one of the best experiences because there are very rarely people fishing this section. For fishing during the Spring, Summer, or Fall always have a plan B. If you get to this section and see 6 cars in the parking lot you may want to go to the Colorado so you don’t put the effort into hiking out to a crowded river.