Colorado Fly Fishing Guiding and Instruction

Flyfishing Services, Inc. provides fly fishing trips to waters within two hours of Denver, Colorado. We guarantee eight hours of fishing for our full day trips and four hours on our half day trips, excluding travel time. Our access to many stretches of private water affords you a luxury that rarely is experienced in Colorado -- no competition with other fishermen.  We also teach fly fishing and fly tying throughout the year. Learn or improve all facets of your fly fishing -- from dry fly to streamers to reading water and casting.

During February 2008 Chuck Prather was interviewed by "Gunny" Bob Newman for his Master Outdoorsman show on 630 KHOW radio, Denver. Listen to Chuck's interview here. It's a little over ten minutes long, so sit back and relax while you learn a little about Chuck's take on fly fishing in Colorado.


Important Items:

Public and private waters
Equipment at no charge
Special pricing for instruction
Large groups - No problem
Children welcome
Walk and wade
Fish close to Denver


Weather for the past month has been a factor for your fishing success. Fish early and then head for home or wait it out and fish the evening hatch.

Hatches have been delayed so use your caddis larvae and pupae's in green and tan for starters.

The upper ARKY is less affected by the showers, with hoppers and caddis your go to patterns.

Tricos are in full swing on the Colorado.  Size #26 trico spinner behind a hopper will be your best combination.

Clear Creek is fishing well with red two bit hookers behind a royal coachman the best patterns. This creek continues to amaze me, truck spills, construction, and gold diggers don't seem to affect this stream.

Hopper season has started but keep your patterns small - size #12 in green and yellow are a good choice.



Thanx, Chuck

Email me at FFSCHUCK@aol.com or call me at 303.979.3077 for all the details.


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