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Ready to get started! We  provide quality services, products and expertise that enhance the experience of the fly fishing angler. Our goals are to provide the best value possible to our customers and to promote and grow fly fishing in our community. For over thirty years we have been sharing our passion of fly fishing Colorado. 

We want to invite you into our adventure and serve you in your journey...Fly

 

 

 

 

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We are Orvis Endorsed, with thousands of hours on the water. We do it because our true office is the river and our passion is to show you...

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Angler's Covey is not just a fly shop but a complete fly fishing learning center. We offer all levels of classes and welcome newcomers...

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With over 6,000 sq.ft., we are a Fly Fishing Super Store. Choose between hundreds of rods and then cast them on our ponds along with...

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Angler's Blog' June 30, 2015 Meet Scott Voyles Scott Voyles was born and raised just up the pass from Angler’s Covey in Woodland Park. By the time he was eight years old, he was tying flies and learning the art of fly fishing from his dad who was “always chucking dries. He was obsessed with it.” Two powerful forces at work – nature and nurture – are at the heart of Scott’s passion for fly fishing. June 25, 2015 AC Guides hit the South Slope! The south slope reservoirs on Pikes Peak opened up for the season last weekend. The opening of this area has been anticipated by everyone in the shop, and we were all excited to make the trip. On Father's Day, we assembled a crew of AC guides to head up to the peak. Its about an hour and a half drive form the shop to the gate. We arrived and checked in with the rangers at the gate. June 24, 2015 Bug me no more! While all the rain this spring has our gardens lush, our fire danger low and our rivers running abundantly, it’s also contributed to an increase in things that go bite in the night or day. Yup: mosquitos. Anecdotal evidence suggests that we not only have local beasties that are more abundant, but also a new and different variant whose bites are more painful and lead to more swelling. News reports suggest that the increased breeding opportunities are not necessarily going to lead to an increase in West Nile transmissions, but even without the disease factor, it pays to avoid the bites, in the first place. View All Blog Posts