Thinking of a gift that will make the 2015 Christmas memorable? How about giving the angler in your life a Guide Trip with one of our Orvis-endorsed Guides? We offer a range of guide trips that will make for an unforgettable experience in 2016.
Half and Full-Day Walk and Wade. All gear is provided for these trips with 4 or 6 hours on the river. Our experienced guides lead trips on the South Platte and the tailwaters of the Arkansas River below Pueblo Reservoir. The full day trip offers a river-side meal.
Instructional Guide Trips. Want more hands-on instruction during your day on the river? Our guides are great teachers, too! These customizable trips can fast track your fly fishing experience with instruction in entomology, reading the river and learning about fish habitats, fly selection, casting, line control … and more!
Corporate Trips. Get out of the board room and get your team on the river. Our corporate trips include all gear (rods, waders, flies, terminal tackle) and our skilled Orvis-endorsed guides. These group trips are great for team building, creating memorable shared experiences, and a great adventure to be talked about for years. Forget those company picnics at the park!
Couples Evening on the River. One of our newest guided trips is quickly becoming our most popular. Two guides – one male and one female – will give you and your sweetheart a unique, customized experience on the river. Enjoy 4-hours on the river with fish rising to that early evening hatch and then sit down to a beautiful meal prepared river-side by a professional chef and paired with beer or wine. Make that anniversary, birthday, or special occasion one to remember!
Specialized trips. Our guide trips don’t stop there! We have float trips on local lakes and reservoirs. We have trips on private waters. Want to fish a small stream with an experienced guide? We can do that, too!
Come into the shop and talk with our staff about a guide trip to enhance and expand your adventure! See our full list of trips here.
Orvis 101 Introduction to Fly Fishing
Early season stillwater Fundamentals-Classroom