Denver & Boulder Fly Fishing Guide Service
We offer walk and wade Colorado fly fishing trips and are pleased to be Denver and Boulder’s most affordable, all-inclusive, convenient and professional fly fishing guide service. Our Colorado trout fly fishing guides are all expert fly fishers and we have access to the best fly fishing water along Colorado’s Front Range. We utilize the best fly fishing gear in the industry and our Colorado fly fishing guides are the most professional, knowledgeable, and experienced in the business. We are committed to protecting our fly fishing waters and through conservation and stewardship we continually strive to increase awareness concerning the importance of these watersheds. Our guided fly fishing trips are all inclusive as we can provide transportation, equipment, flies and lunch.
Our fly fishing guides are on the water every day and their fly fishing notes are the source of our Colorado Fly Fishing Reports featuring information on fly fishing gear and flies. All of our guides have been fly fishing in Colorado for years and are all experts on how to fly fish.
Convenient Transportation & Hotel Pickups
Our professional fly fishing guides are happy to pick you up at your home or hotel which can easily be arranged for a nominal pick up fee. Our fly fishing guides are well versed in customer service and will contact you within 24 hours of booking your trout fishing trip to discuss travel arrangements, meeting times and lunch requests as well as attend to your personal needs and fishing trip expectations.
Fly Fishing Trip Locations
We spend our time fishing Clear Creek, Bear Creek, South Boulder Creek, Boulder Creek, St. Vrain and the South Platte. All of these waters offer great fishing, spectacular scenery and a variety of different water types. Since our guides are very familiar with these waters and the current conditions, we can pick the location where the fly fishing is best.
Our dedicated and professional fly fishing guides will take you to wherever the fly fishing is best!
Denver & Boulder Fly Fishing Streams
Clear Creek offers the fly fishing angler fast pocket water teaming with native brown trout. Clear Creek is just outside of Denver and allows for us to get out fishing quick with miles and miles of productive and pristine trout water. More Details >>
South Boulder Creek
South Boulder Creek rises at Rogers Pass on the Continental Divide, just south of the Moffat Tunnel. South Boulder Creek flows through Rollinsville, Gross Reservoir, and Eldorado Canyon before leaving the mountains and curving past the south and east sides of Boulder to its mouth. The creek is made up of meandering meadows and long and deep runs characterizing the public sections of South Boulder Creek. The creek is teaming with good populations of brown and rainbow trout. The bug life on the creek is bar none the best found on the Front Range and productive insect hatches occur every day. We are the only permitted outfitter for South Boulder Creek. More Details >>
Boulder Creek runs through Boulder Canyon just a short and scenic drive from the city of Boulder. The creek originates from two main tributaries rising along the Continental Divide, North and Middle Boulder Creek. From the junction of the two forks, Boulder Creek flows east through the towns of Eldora and Nederland into Barker Meadow Reservoir, a water supply for the city of Boulder before joining North Boulder Creek to form the main stem of Boulder Creek. The creek then flows through downtown Boulder. On the east edge of the city, the creek receives South Boulder Creek. After leaving the city, Boulder Creek flows northeast into Weld County, where it joins St. Vrain Creek and ultimately flows into the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico. The creek is a dry fly angler’s paradise, with brown, rainbow, brook and even the occasional cut throat trout scatted throughout the drainage. More Details >>
Bear Creek is located just a short drive from Denver, Colorado. The fly fishing on Bear Creek is an experience that you will not soon forget. The creek is great for fly fishing with small fly fishing rods and dry flies. The creek is teaming with healthy populations of wild brown and rainbow trout. The creek tends to maintain a good flow for fly fishing even when other Colorado rivers and streams are running high. More Details >>
Steep canyon walls and fast and furious pocket water characterize the St. Vrain. The creek is located just outside of Lyons, Colorado just a short and scenic drive from Denver or Boulder. The fly fishing is great and so is the scenery! More Details >>
South Platte River
The South Platte River is one of Colorado’s most famous and iconic rivers and for good reason, each stretch of this majestic tail water is full of brown and rainbow trout in prolific numbers. The river hosts an amazing assortment of bug life and impressive sized trout. Due to its close proximity to Denver, The South Platte receives a good deal of angling pressure, making it one of the most technical trout fisheries in the world. As the saying goes, “If you can catch trout in The South Platte’s Cheesman Canyon, you can catch trout anywhere in the world.” Originating approximately 20 miles west of the town of Lake George the main South Platte is formed from the junction of the South and Middle Forks. From here the river flows through central Denver, eventually joining the North Platte near the town of North Platte, Nebraska. The river itself is a major river of the American Midwest and the American Southwest/Mountain West. More Details >>
After booking your trip, we encourage you to take a few moments and purchase your Colorado fishing license online before your trip. The process is very easy simple click the link [http://www.co.wildlifelicense.com/start.php], fill out the information, print out the receipt when you are done, and keep it on you while fishing. If you are only fishing for one day, select resident or non-resident $9 one-day fishing license for the date of your trip.
If you are planning a visit to The University of Colorado why not spend some time fly fishing Boulder’s pristine and scenic water:
Boulder Colorado is a unique and special place to Colorado, home to amazing restaurants, beautiful scenery, world class fly-fishing, and of course the CU Buffalos. Fly-fishing in the Boulder area is great as we have lots of streams to fish and trout populations are better than ever making for some really outstanding fly fishing. Many Colorado Trout Fisher guides live and fly fish in Boulder and would like nothing more than to share their knowledge of the local water sheds with you and your guests.
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Colorado Trout Fisher
700 East 24th Avenue, Suite 4
Denver, Colorado 80205