Fish: Boulder Creek (1/2 day)
Boulder Creek is one of the most beloved fly-fishing waterways in Colorado. With miles of rushing waters with easy, moderate, and advanced terrain, our local guides will take you to some of their hidden alcoves, holes, and river bends, as we search in the best trout waters in the Front Range.
Boulder Creek is one of the most beloved fly-fishing waterways in Colorado. With miles of rushing waters with easy, moderate, and advanced terrain, our local guides will take you to some of their hidden alcoves, holes, and river bends, as we search in the best trout waters in the Front Range. There are many different opportunities on different sections of the creek. For an added experience, we’ll have the opportunity to explore the spectacular landscape of Eldorado Canyon and fish South Boulder creek under a breathtaking setting.
Price: $165 per person
Note: We guarantee departure regardless of your group size, but there are different prices based on group size. $165 pp for 3 people or more; $205 for 2 people; and $350 for 1 person. We happily take solo travelers out for adventures.
A gear list will be sent upon confirmation of course registration, and we’re happy to help arrange for personal gear if you do not have it.
Itinerary: 6 am – 8 pm, determined after sign-up and arranged directly with Colorado Wilderness Rides and Guides. Colorado Wilderness Rides and Guides will contact each participant to arrange a tour time after sign-up. Preferences can also be made with sign-up, however an exact time is not confirmed until after Colorado Wilderness Rides And Guides Office communicates with the participant(s).
As a general rule, Half-day trips usually start around 7:30 am or 1:00 pm and include 3-4 hours of fishing. We have fly fishing departure locations from Denver, Golden, Boulder, and Estes Park Colorado.
Included: The services of a professional angling or fly fishing guide, round-trip transportation between your Boulder hotel or our office and the fishing location, terminal tackle and equipment (Including flies, rod, reel, and booties/waders), bottled water and snacks (lunch is also included during full-day trips), and education about the local and natural history (including a library of Rocky Mountain flora and fauna).
Not included in our rates: Gratuities for your guide (while it is up to your discretion, the recommended gratuity is 15-20%), Colorado fishing license ($16.75 per day) or rod fee for private waters. We will secure private waters based on request, but for CO fishing license we will send a link to register online.
What to Bring: Sent with trip confirmation