What To Bring
We like to tell people to dress like they are going skiing. Warm jackets, hats, gloves, polarized sunglasses and sunscreen are usually all you need. If you don’t have everything, we have it all in the shop. All fishing equipment including waders, boots, rods, reels and flies will be provided. Out guides will provide various beverages and lunches are included on full day trips. Make sure to have your Social Security number and ID handy; it is required to purchase a fishing license in Colorado!
We like to wear long sleeve shirts that are lightweight and protect us from the sun. Shorts, light pants, sunscreen, raincoats, baseball hats, socks and polarized sunglasses are really all you need. For fall fishing, bring a light jacket or sweatshirt, the mornings and evenings can get a little chilly. Make sure to have your Social Security number handy; it is required to purchase a fishing license in Colorado!
All of our waters contain Rainbows, Browns, Cutthroats, Brookies and Whitefish. Typically you catch about 4 to 1, Rainbows to Browns, and depending on the property fish average around 17 inches with fish over 20 caught almost daily!
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a fishing License?
Yes, a one-day fishing license costs $17.35 and is required for anyone 16 and older. Make sure to have your Social Security number handy; it is required to purchase a fishing license in Colorado!
Do you provide equipment?
All fishing equipment including waders, boots, rods, reels and flies will be provided.
Do you provide lunches?
Lunches are provided on all full day trips. We work with Winona’s Restaurant and Bakery here in town, a favorite local lunch spot. We are more then happy to order lunches on half-day trips, the cost is $13 dollars per lunch.
Will the trip be cancelled if the weather is bad?
We fish in all weather. The only reason we will cancel a trip due to weather is if it’s unsafe to be on the water. Sometimes the best fishing is on rainy or snowy days!
How many people per guide?
We limit it to three people per guide, but we highly recommend getting two guides for three people. Three experienced fisherman are often fine with just one guide, but it will be a much better trip for novices if they hire two guides for three fisherman.
What is expected for gratuity to the guide?
This is really up to you. If you feel the guide worked hard and provided a pleasurable experience, tip him accordingly. If not, please notify the shop staff and we will do everything we can to make sure you next experience is better!