Fly Fishing Colorado is happy to offer a 4 Hour Fly Fishing float trip or a 2 Hour Wade Fly Fishing trip on the Upper Colorado River. If you would like to inquire about a custom trip, please call our office at 970-423-7031.
All gear, including up to 6 flies per person, will be provided. Guests over the age of 16 will need to provide a valid Colorado Fishing License. Colorado Fishing Licenses can be purchased online with Colorado Parks & Wildlife, Take Me Fishing and/or at most outdoors stores.
Our four hour float trips are perfect for both novice and experienced fisherman. The trip will meet at our Kremmling Outpost, located an hour from Summit County. This trip is unique in that each raft will have only one or two guests accompanied by one guide. The raft will stop at various points of interest along the Colorado River.
Venture out with Fly Fishing Colorado for 2 hours wading along some of the best fishing waters in the state. This trip makes the perfect father-son outing or will create lasting memories with that group of friends you haven’t seen since college. Take in the incredible scenery of the Colorado River and hopefully catch a trout while you’re at it.
All gear, including up to 6 flies per person, will be provided on every trip. Guests over the age of 16 will need to provide a valid Colorado Fishing License. Colorado Fishing Licenses can be purchased online with Colorado Parks & Wildlife, Take Me Fishing or at most outdoors stores.
Fishing locations will be predetermined by your guide based on water levels, water clarity, soil type, and the time of year. Our guides know the river intimately and have multiple years of fly fishing experience. They will make adjustments to your rig and flies accordingly to ensure you have maximum potential to be a successful angler.
This operation is conducted by Arkansas Valley Adventures.
We cannot guarantee that you will catch fish. Fly fishing is technical, and occasionally a first-timer will catch a fish. Sometimes it takes multiple trips to make your first catch. We pay close attention to what’s currently biting, the “hot-spots” for the river and the flies that are working in any given season.
We suggest that you bring a camera, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and rain gear. You also should wear shoes that you don’t mind getting wet and that will stay on your feet.