Contact Us: (720) 322-4188
Our passion is the introduction to the sport of fly-fishing to the first-time fly fisherman in addition to helping experienced anglers hone their skills in the beautiful rivers of Colorado. You will find that our guides are extremely knowledgeable and patient as they assist you throughout your adventure.
Once a trip is booked you will receive a confirmation email with all the information you need for your trip and contact information for your guide if you have any additional questions.
Typically we start your trip by meeting at the guides desired location, typically near the river, where you will be properly sized and fitted in your equipment to ensure your comfort. Once we have the equipment fitted and all the necessary fishing licenses, the guide will get you on the water.
When you travel a long way for a Colorado fishing trip, it is important that you maximize your chances for success by having the right equipment. Fortunately our guides can take care of everything allowing you to arrive with just a smile. We provide rods on our trips and waders (if needed). For experienced anglers that want to bring their own equipment a 5wt or lighter rod will get the job done on most Colorado rivers.
Take a few seconds and purchase your Colorado fishing license online before your trip. Just click the link, put age and resident or non-resident information, choose annual, or multi-day follow he prompts, print out the receipt when you are done, and make sure to bring it with you on the day of your trip! You must keep it on you while fishing. If you are only fishing for one day, select resident or non-resident, multi-day then the $9 one-day fishing license option for the date of your trip.
Layers – The weather in Colorado is notorious for changing quickly. Your best strategy is to bring multiple light layers that can be added/removed quickly.
Packable Rainwear/Outerwear – Spring/Summer rains can be cold and intense, and often times even include small snow or hail storms.
Pants – Light, synthetic pants are best in waders. Jeans bunch up and become uncomfortable quickly.
Socks – Medium or lightweight synthetic socks are ideal.
Sunglasses – Standard lenses are good, but polarized lenses great! Bring them if you have them.
Hat – Recommended for sun protection and comfort, and it also helps cut glare from above which will help you spot fish!
Snack – Whatever you feel you would need to in four hours of fishing. Sandwich, chips, Adult Beverages etc...
Drinking Water – It’s very important to stay hydrated in the high, dry, alpine air of Colorado. Drink more than you think you need
For more information on places to stay contact us at (720) 322-4188 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gratuities for our guides average about $100 to $120 per day for a day trip. This is an important part of a guide's income so please consider a nice tip if you feel like your guide worked hard to give you a great experience.