Fly Fishing Guided Trips
We now offer traditional and tenkara fly fishing guided trips into Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP)!
Explore the beauty of Rocky Mountain National Park while catching Browns, Rainbows, Greenback
Cutthroats and Brook Trout. Want to try tenkara? Ask you guide to try a little of both and see which style fits you best. You might even get a grand slam by catching
every species during your trip.
Want to test your skills as an angler? Try the private waters of Beaver Meadows Resort Ranch where you have the opportunity to catch trophy size fish. These fish will test you patience as well as your reel.
All our fly fishing guided trips provide all the necessary gear including flies! We
provide snacks on the four hour trips and lunch on the eight
hour trips, all you need is a Colorado fishing license. You can purchase your Colorado Fishing License online
Our guides are experienced with all levels of anglers. Whether you
are a complete novice or highly experienced, we will provide you with a
great fly fishing guided trip.
A 50% deposit secures your outing and balance is due at the time of booking.
- HALF DAY FLY FISHING TRIPS: Half
day trips spend 4 hours on the water. These trips are the perfect
choice for busy anglers. Often, they are just the right length for kids
or those looking to try the sport for the first time. We generally
schedule half day trips around peak fishing times, depending upon season
and conditions. Note: lunch is not included in our half day trips.
- FULL DAY FLY FISHING TRIPS: The
full day trip is our most frequently booked. These trips start in the
morning and spend approximately 7 hours on the water fishing. Additional
time is set aside to take a break, relax, and enjoy a freshly prepared
1 Angler Full Day $325 1/2 Day $250
2 Angler Full Day $350 1/2 Day $275
3 Angler Full Day $450 1/2 Day $350
What to bring on you fly fishing guided trip
- Rain Jacket and clothing fit for variable mountain weather. Layered synthetics work best.
Screen and sun hat – any ball cap that will keep the sun out of your
- Thick pair of socks – such as Merino wool.
- Comfortable/breathable pants to wear between skin and waders – preferably not jeans.
- Wading Staff – if needed.
- Glasses – A MUST FOR EYE PROTECTION. We strongly recommend polarized lenses to reduce glare.
- Change of dry clothes – just in case.
- Any required medications/personal items you will need.
- Fishing License
- Small zip lock bags – optional
– for anything you don’t want to get wet. This is a water sport and
waders are no guarantee you won’t get wet…(mainly, we’re talking keys
& cell phones)
the hotter days of summer we may wet-wade, so a pair of quick drying
shorts and old tennis shoes/hiking boots will suffice for most