The club heralds some of the finest private streches of water in the Vail Valley for our members' exclusive use throughout the season and at select times out of season depending on Bald Eagle nesting periods.

Water from the Eagle River is used for all of our golf course irrigation and domestic water needs so we value the importance of being good custodians of this resource. We ask all our members and their guests to do the same.

Rules Governing Fishing

To preserve the resource and offer a superior fly fishing/river experience, the following rules will be observed regarding member and guest usage of the river.
  • The Club will allow up to a maximum of six (6) rods per day on the Eagle Springs managed areas of the river.

  • Members must arrange fishing times and dates through the Golf Shop. All fisherman will register with the Golf Shop and received an Eagle Springs permit before accessing the river. River access is only accessible from the Eagle Springs property. 

  • Members are responsible for acquiring and possessing the required State of Colorado licenses for fishing. The Club does not sell these licenses.

  • All guest fisherman must be accompanied by a Member, Associate Member or Legacy Member.

  • Fishing will be with flies only (preferably barbless).

  • All fishing will be catch and release only.

  • The river and its surrounds must be left in the condition it was found or better. All trash and other debris must be packed out. 

  • River access by fisherman other than Eagle Springs’ members and guests must be approved by Club Management.

  • Waders and wading boots are not permitted in the Clubhouse or on the verandahs surrounding the Clubhouse, and are not appropriate attire for dining.

  • Parking areas have been established for fishing preparation and changing in and out of fishing gear.