Singing River Ranch is located on Colorado’s Bear Creek and is a beautiful high mountain meadow stream. This fly fishing only preserve on upper Bear Creek is truly one of the hidden gems of the Front Range, consistently producing wild trout. Browns, rainbows, brook and the occasional cut throat trout can be found in great numbers on this section of the creek. The Flyfisher Guide Service is the exclusive outfitter for Singing River Ranch.
Insect hatches are prolific on this small stream. Guide favorites include spring and fall midges, micro stoneflies, summer caddis and a wide array of mayfly species. The summer red quill hatch and
spinner fall offers some of Colorado’s best dry fly fishing.
Singing River Ranch is a classic small stream, best suited for dry fly anglers and slow action rods. Bear Creek is a great location to fish with light one-three weight rods and is an even better spot to break out that bamboo fly rod. Singing River is easy to wade and is an excellent spot to take children or newcomers. The creek features some wide open riffles for easy casting but also is full of tight willow thickets and tricky spots requiring all but the most delicate of fly casts. Coupled with trophy trout ponds, Singing River Ranch has an offering for anglers of all experience levels.
The Flyfisher Guide Service
Office: (800) 882-4313