Sector IV SYLVAN lake – lake fishing
Sylvan Lake State Park is a high alpine mountain loch style venue. Sylvan provides serenity in an alpine park perfect for daydreaming. Non-motorized boating and non-electrical camping offer the opportunity for quiet recreation at this gateway to the White River National Forest and the Holy Cross Wilderness. Drift boats will be used.
Sector V DILLON reservoir – lake fishing
Dillon Reservoir is an excellent big water loch style venue. Staging will be in the Town of Frisco at Frisco Bay Marina. Frisco Bay Marina is a certified clean marina located on the shores of scenic Dillon Reservoir in the heart of Summit County, Colorado. The lake spans 3,300 acres and boasts 25 miles of shoreline surrounded by majestic peaks. At 9,017 feet in elevation, the boating season runs from early June to mid September. Town of Frisco web cams and marina cam. Championship and practice water boundaries map
Loch means lake and signifies still water fishing. Anglers fish in pairs on drift boats. The term “loch-style” is used to describe a method of still water fishing where the flies are cast, presented, and retrieved ahead of the drift of a boat, as it’s blown across the surface of a lake. The boat drifts broadside to the wind, with the fly fisher(s) seated sideways within the boat and with the wind against their back.
In comparison to fishing from a stationary or anchored boat, loch-style fishing allows the fly fisher to effectively cover a much greater area and number of trout within a similar time-frame. Fishing from a drifting boat provides the added advantage of a stealthy approach that significantly reduces the chance of spooking the trout as the fly is usually the first object that they will see.