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Fly Fishing Denver, Boulder, Estes Park, Ft. Collins and Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The Flyfisher has been fly fishing in Denver, Colorado since 1971 when we established the first fly-fishing only, Orvis endorsed outfitter in the region. Our guides set the standard for excellence, sharing with you the most productive wild trout fishing in the world.
Colorado Fly Fishing Reports, are the source for up to date fishing information. We offer private, premier guided fly fishing day trips and multi-day fly fishing vacations on the legendary South Boulder Creek and South Platte River drainages. Our Flyfisher Angling University Fly Fishing School offers fly fishing lessons and classes for kids, beginners and experienced anglers. Locally crafted flyfishing patterns, top of the line equipment and a professional and seasoned guide staff make this possible.
The exclusive fishing lodges, fishing resorts and private fishing clubs we service boast the best landlocked trout fishing on the planet. Destinations are fly fishing only and located within an hour of downtown Denver. Guided trips start at $150, lessons and classes start at $50. Details about our guided trips...
Colorado Fly Fishing Events
Classroom at Angling UniversityStart: Thu, Nov 2
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
3 spaces available
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Colorado Fishing Report
TRIP DATE: Tue, 17 Oct 2017
NUMBER OF ANGLERS: 1
TIME ON WATER: 8 hours
NUMBER OF HOOKUPS: 45
NUMBER LANDED: 35
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Fly Fishing Colorado News
Fly Fishing the Denver South Platte
– Oct 19, 2017
Denver Trout Unlimited (TU), Mayor Michael Hancock and Colorado Troutbums all teamed together to show off the Denver South Platte river and what a great fly fishing and kayaking destination this place can be. For those that do not know the Denver South Platte, also commonly referred to as the DSP, it is one helluva a fishery! […]