Fly Fishing

Take a relaxing day with family and friends, and spend some time on our local waters, loaded with Kokanee Salmon, Arctic Char, Brown Trout, and Rainbow Trout.

Whether you are just beginning or are more advanced, guides can cater to any level of fishing skill. Try either a full-day or a half-day trip with guides providing all the necessary equipment, including fishing rods, flies and transportation. The only thing you need to bring is a fishing license (required for ages 16 and older).

Book a trip with The Mountain Angler, located on Main Street Breckenridge and learn the art of angling, or improve your skills in some of the best fishing waters available. Being permitted on every stretch of water in a 50-mile radius means they will get you to the ideal spot on any given day.

If you are an experienced fisherman, Cutthroat Anglers, located in Silverthorne, are a wealth of information, providing water flow statistics, fly recommendations and helpful details about specific spots in the area.

Colorado has some of the best fishing in the nation, so make sure to get out and enjoy casting a line during your next stay in Breckenridge!

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  1. DENNIS WHITE says:

    Hello-I’m a long time owner and my son has a fly fishing business in the area for over 20 years.
    If you are highlighting fly-fishing businesses, my sons business has been around longer and holds a tremendous reputation as most clients are repeated year after. Most weekends he has 8-10 boats on the various rivers as well as many walk-wade trips. His ability to work with newbies and the world wide fishers is unmatched.

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