Our Goal at Aspen Fly Fishing is simple- to show our guests an excellent time while Colorado Fly Fishing or Clay Shooting in the beautiful Roaring Fork Valley. We offer full day and half day Guided Colorado fly fishing trips on the Roaring Fork, Frying Pan and Colorado Rivers.
We pride ourselves in providing a variety of guided fly fishing and clay target shooting experiences for enthusiasts of all abilities.
Colorado Guided river wading trips have historically been the most popular way for our guests to experience guided fly fishing here in the Roaring Fork Valley. Aspen Flyfishing guides take pride in their ability to provide an exceptional experience for veteran fly-fisherman, as well as for our guests who are first-timers to our peaceful pursuit.
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Guided river wading trips on the Roaring Fork or Frying Pan rivers are an exciting way to experience fly fishing here … Continue reading “WADE TRIPS”
Aspen Flyfishing offers fishing float trips on the Roaring Fork and Colorado rivers. We offer full day and half day Colorado … Continue reading “FLOAT TRIPS”
We love taking kids fly fishing and have several options for the little ones. For kids 10 and older we generally … Continue reading “FISHING TRIPS FOR KIDS”
Aspen Flyfishing is proud to offer the highest quality clay target shooting available in the Roaring Fork Valley. Our private trap … Continue reading “TRAP & SKEET SHOOTING”
The Roaring Fork Valley offers some of the most productive and consistent winter fly fishing anywhere in the West. A guided winter fly fishing trip is the perfect way to experience the beauty of this area and is a great break from the slopes. Our fly fishing guides love winter fishing – as one of the few guide services operating year round we have the river to ourselves. The techniques used during the winter are easy for beginners to master, the fishing only gets harder as the year goes on!
“Just wanted to drop a quick note of thanks for a day out on the river for some Colorado Fly Fishing. Your shop did a great job getting everyone out on the Fork and all the folks I talked to had a blast.”
On Friday July 18, you set me up on a trip with Dale, one of your more seasoned guides. Although I consider myself an intermediate level fly fisherman, I believe this trip with Dale raised my fishing abilities. One quality I noticed about Dale was his awareness of what I was doing. He made careful observations of my technique and suggested some subtle adjustments in my presentation and hooking that increased my success at landing fish. On a personal level, Dale has a balanced approach and I believe this is a result of his life experiences, his travels and this is evident by his ability to relate to his clientele. I would not hesitate to recommend Dale to any of your potential clients or my own fishing friends.
I usually don’t hire a outfit to take me out on trips, rather learn by a lot of trial and error. Before Friday, I had not picked up my rod for over 8 months. However, Dale’s instruction has given me to confidence to put myself in the 10% of people that catch 90% of the fish.
Thank you and I look forward to future trips with Dale.
All the best,
The highlight of my short visit to Aspen was learning more about my new passion-flyfishing-in the knowledgeable company of your guide Scott. Since taking up the sport this spring,I have had several experiences with fishing guides. And ,by far Scott has been the best! His patience,knowledge and humor made for an unforgettable learning experience.
Thank you Scott, and thank you Aspen Flyfishing!!!
Aspen Flyfishing and Roger The Guide of All Guides-
So how about this for a perfect day of fishing; In Aspen for a wedding in late August. Meet Roger at noon on Friday afternoon- wife at the spa, got an afternoon to kill. Beautiful weather- warm but not hot. Gear all set up, we’re on the river in no time. First fish is a 17” wild brown trout with bright orange spots. Ultimately netted 20-25 fish. Another 5 to 10 LDRed. Only one trout out of all of them under 14”. Biggest was close competition between the original Brown and a Rainbow both in 17” – 18” class and both close to 3lbs. All native/wild fish with vibrant colors, broad shoulders and sweet spots. Huge runs downstream. Huge jumps 2’ to 3’ feet in the air. Caught fish on nymphs. Caught fish on dry flies. After 2.5 hours, we called “mercy”, feeling a wee bit gluttonous. Was back at the Little Nell, poolside with a cocktail, by 4:00… and that, Aspen Flyfishing, is no fish tail.
Thank you for one of the best fishing experiences in my life.