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Rocky Mountain Anglers

Boulder, CO, United States

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Endorsed by 4150 people

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1904 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO, United States
3034472400 info@rockymtanglers.com http://rockymtanglers.com/
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Full Day Trip

Walk/Wade / 8 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • Food & Drink: Provided (confer with outfitter about details)
  • 1 People $270.00
  • 2 People $350.00
  • 3 People $450.00

Half Day Trip

Walk/Wade / 4 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • 1 People $195.00
  • 2 People $240.00
  • 3 People $325.00

Policies & Additional Info

Experience the Rockies with a guided fly fishing trip! All trip prices include waders, rods, reels, and flies. Our full day trips include lunch as well. You will also need a valid Colorado State Fishing License which we offer for $9.00 per day. Just show up at our shop and one of our wonderful guides will take you on your fishing adventure!

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2 Reviews
Stephanie Kloek
Sharon Appelman
Endorsed by 4150 people.

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Guide @tannershelp on the other end of the camera at Boxwood, not bad for a long haired hippie! Spots are filling up quickly, call the shop today to catch some bruisers like this 303-447-2400
Fishing has been all around fantastic with this warm weather we've been having, so table your cabin fever with a day on the water!!! Locally, Boulder Creek has been fishing well, with town being best in the morning and the lower reaches of the canyon being the most productive option in the afternoon. Some construction combined with snowmelt has muddied the creek below the library, so if you run into brown water, just head upstream. If you've got the day to spare, run to the Big T for some steady nymphing as well as late afternoon dry fly opportunities with Midges in the slow stuff. Last but not least, don't hesitate to run up to the Blue in Silverthorne- check out this monster caught today on one of our guide trips!!!!!
Big Rainbow from our last trip to the Blue, where 6x fluorocarbon and #24's were making the difference.  A few ate the mysis, but it was all about the smaller discos and #22-26 UV midges, Black Beauty Midges, and Brassies.  Flows are still just @ 100cfs, but with snowpack in the Colorado basin at 150% of normal, we could see flows bump very soon.  Look for bigger bows to be pushing in all through February and March.  Another over performing stream has been the South Platte through 11 Mile Canyon, and for those of you wanting to float a dry, try the Pueblo tail water.  Get in here!!

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