Winter is here and many of our Colorado streams and still water lakes have frozen over for the season.
Fortunately, we still have many winter fly fishing opportunities on our winter fly fishing preserves. On warm and sunny days our fly fishing guides are reporting good insect hatches, primarily midges and
blue winged olives making for some great late season dry fly fishing.
Even if you are new to the sport, winter is a great time to give fly fishing a try. Let one of our
professional fly fishing guides help you learn the basics of casting and presentation. Or, if the weather is too cold for you, winter is a great time to learn new skills like fly tying or rod building through Angling University or take one of our online classes about fly casting or insect
One of the many beauties of fly fishing is the ability to stay connected with the sport year round.
However you decide to spend your angling time this winter season, let us help facilitate your entire fly fishing needs.
The Flyfisher Group