Fly Fishing: Upper CO River Float (Full Day)
We’ll drop in at one of the upriver campsites and ride the river downwards through the rushing canyon waters and calmer waters around the plains as we search for trout hidden between the boulders and tides.
The Upper Colorado is one of the West’s most legendary fly-fishing rivers. The landscape of open plains and red rock canyons makes for some of Colorado’s most secretive scenery, and the plentiful fishing is as exhilarating as the terrain. We’ll drop in at one of the upriver campsites and ride the river downwards through the rushing canyon waters and calmer waters around the plains as we search for trout hidden between the boulders and tides. We’ll also have the opportunity to wade onto rocky islands in the middle of the river and fish by wading. This is a great way to see a little known part of Colorado that is still undiscovered in the guidebook.
Itinerary: Contact us for itineraries around Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, Vail, Beaver Creek, Kremmling, and Winter Park for the Upper Colorado River Float Trips.
Included: The services of a professional angling or fly fishing guide, round-trip transportation between our Kremmling office and the fishing location, Drift boat or fly fishing raft rig, river shuttle, terminal tackle and equipment (Including 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%), $55 in flies (chosen by guides on day of the trip and added to trip balance payment), 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.