Best Fly Fishing Charters in Colorado


Top Fly Fishing Charters in Colorado


Fly Fishing in Colorado

What better way to discover the riches of the Rockies, the plains, and the whole of the “Centennial State” than by following one of many Colorado Fly Fishing Guides? Explore over 12,000 miles of streams and 25,000 lakes as you put your fly fishing skills to the test against some prized fish in stunning surroundings.

What fish will I target?

When it comes to fly fishing in Colorado, there’s one family of fish that stands out – Trout. Brown, Brook, Cutthroat, and Rainbow Trout all call these waters home and are an exciting and delicious fish to target, making these some of the best freshwater fishing grounds in the world.
 
One tip, though: the best fly action comes at the mouths of the reservoirs, as the streams flow in. Dangle your fly in the water, as you entice the bite of Trout, Kokanee Salmon, Bass, and many more.
 
Beginners can take advantage of the sheer number of these creatures that inhabit this state, while experienced anglers can go after monster-sized creatures.

Where to Go

With so many rich bodies of water in the state, it can be difficult deciding where to go. Don’t worry though – you’re in for a thrilling day out no matter where you cast your line. From inner-city reservoirs in Denver-Aurora-Lakewood to the mountain streams in the Rockies, there’s something for everyone. 
 
Hit the Arkansas River’s 102-mile stretch for some of the state’s best fishing, but beware that it can get crowded in summer. For a more secluded experience, follow an on-foot guide through the Rocky Mountains. From Lake Granby to the Blue Mesa Reservoir, you’ll have plenty of streams to explore, all the while taking in the incredible scenery of the famous mountain range.

How to Prepare

Most Colorado fly fishing guides also run conventional fishing trips, so it’s always worth getting in touch with them before going to make sure they’re ready to take you fly fishing. Likewise, you should always check if the appropriate gear is provided, or whether you’ll have to bring your own.
 
Your guide will have all the knowledge needed to get you to the sweet spots, whether you’re fishing from the shore or a boat. All you’ll need to do before going fly fishing in Colorado is grab your fishing license, buy enough drinks and snacks for the day, and away you go.
 
Make Colorado your next fly fishing destination and discover some of the world’s most productive freshwater fishing grounds against incredible backdrops! 

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Top Targeted Fly Fishing Species in Colorado

Bass (Largemouth)

Bass (Largemouth)

Rainbow Trout (Steelhead)

Rainbow Trout (Steelhead)

Brown Trout

Brown Trout

Walleye

Walleye