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Rocky Mountain National Park located just outside of Estes Park, Colorado spans 265,769 acres of pristine wilderness (358 square miles), making it one of the largest national parks in the United States. The park contains 450 miles of streams and 156 lakes.
The park is our favorite place to be from mid-June through October. The rivers offer some of the best dry fly fishing in the front range all while be surrounded by breathtaking views and abundant opportunity to see wild life. The park truly offers something for everyone. Let our guides help you navigate these small creeks, streams, and high mountain lakes to help maximize your time on the water and put you in the right spot to be successful. Our guided fly fishing trips offer a unique opportunity to get the Colorado grand slam. You can catch Greenback Cutthroat, Book, Brown, and Rainbow trout all in the same day!
There are plenty of easy access locations to fish, but it is well worth the longer hikes to get into the back country and experience the beauty of the park. Our goal is to share our passion for the sport and to make your experience in the park something you will remember for years to come.
All trips include all the necessary fly-fishing gear (rod, reel, waders, and flies) at no additional charge. The 4-hour trips include snacks and water, and the 8-hour trips include lunch. All photos taken on the trip are yours to keep. The only additional charge is the CO fishing license. Gratuity Not included.
If you are planning a trip to the park book early. The campsites and trips book up fast.
Roughly 355 miles of trails are maintained for hiking within Rocky Mountain National Park.
Hundreds of species of animals inhabit the park, including moose, elk, deer, bighorn sheep, cougar, bear, fox, bobcat, marmot, beaver, porcupine, and badger, among others.
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The park is now requiring visitors to book a reservation before entering the park. Click here for more information.