Fly Fishing Adventures

Fishing Private Waters

Private and Public Water Guided Walk/Wade half and full day trips.

Call 303.919.2546 for the latest fishing conditions. 4Adventure fly fishing guide on staff. 

Clear Creek considered our home water with over 15 miles of access. Clear Creek is often an overlooked fishery that begins right outside our front door with the “Golden Mile” Clear Creek fishes well throughout the year and is perfect for a half or full day trip.

Bear Creek including Lair O’ the Bear this stream is near the historic town of Morrison and offers beautiful scenery. You won’t find any hogs in here but you will have a chance of catching your share of rainbows and browns.

Blue River is where the big boys hide. Whether you are in town or upstream you have a chance to catch 25 inchers in this river. Catch Rainbow, Brown, Brook and Cutthroat all in one day!

South Platte River in South Park a 2.5 hour drive offers both private and public water. Let one of our experienced guides share their knowledge with you on a full day trip.

North Fork of the South Platte including Pine Valley Ranch offers you the chance to catch rainbows and browns while enjoying the beautiful Pike National Forest.

Pricing:

One Angler:
Half Day $190   Full Day $300
Additional Anglers (per person-up to 2 additional people):
$80 Half Day   $100 Full Day

Fishing license, rod fees and gratuities are not included. Guide gratuities average 25%

#1

#1

Trophy trout on Deer Creek & Ponds offering the chance to sight cast to large fish. A series of beaver-dammed ponds and a small flowing creek, all loaded with hog-sized trout.

7 Miles East of Bailey.
Limited to 2 anglers.

Additional rod fee applies Adult $75 afternoon $56.25 Youth $56.25 afternoon $42.19

#2

#2

Two miles of a creek dotted with beaver ponds. Fast action and a large population of wild browns with an occasional rainbow.

South of Fairplay.
3 anglers or four if all in one group.

Additional rod fee applies Adult $50.00 afternoon $37.50 Youth $37.50 afternoon $28.13

Arkansas River A-3 (Gold Camp)

Arkansas River A-3 (Gold Camp)

Over one mile of year-round river consisting of long runs, riffles, and pocket water. Browns and rainbows in excess of 18 inches have been reported.

20 miles south of Leadville and 12.5 miles north of Buena Vista
4 anglers

Additional rod fee applies Adult $60.00 afternoon $45.00 Youth $45.00 afternoon $33.75

Arkansas River, Lake Fork A-4

Arkansas River, Lake Fork A-4

About 3/4 mile of the Lake Fork of the Arkansas River, plus another 3/4 mile on Rock and Willow Creeks. This Tailwater of Turquoise Lake averages 25 feet in width and offers one of the most spectacular vistas of all our tracts. Good population of Browns to 18 inches.

SW of Leadville, less than two hours from Denver. 2 anglers

Additional rod fee applies Adult $60.00 afternoon $45.00 Youth $45.00 afternoon $33.75

Michigan Creek at Crazy Elk Ranch A

Michigan Creek at Crazy Elk Ranch A

Creek at Crazy Elk Ranch, one-half mile grass banks, riffles, and an abundance of deep bend pools. The creek contains a strong population of browns and brooks.

South of Jefferson
2 anglers.

Additional rod fee applies Adult $60.00 afternoon $45.00 Youth $45 afternoon $33.75

#3

#3

More than four miles of Upper Tarryall Creek, most sections more than 10 feet wide. Deep holes and endless bends and beaver ponds. Browns range to over 16 inches. Great stream to fish with dry flies. A substantial fish population. Great for kids.

South Park area
4 anglers

Additional rod fee applies Adult $70.00 afternoon $52.50 Child $10.00 Youth $52.50 afternoon $39.38

Creek A

Creek A

An outstanding 4-mile section below Tarryall Reservoir. This property offers rocky pocket water to a winding meadow stream. Browns and rainbows from 10 to 14 inches. A productive dry fly stream with intense summer hatches.

18 miles southeast of Hwy. 285
3 anglers, or 2 groups of 2 each.

Additional rod fee applies Adult $85.00 afternoon $63.75 Youth $63.75 afternoon $48.75

A-Creek near Cripple Creek

A-Creek near Cripple Creek

Near Cripple Creek and Canon City, Fourmile Creek runs through the scenic Helena Canyon. A 10- to 15-foot wide stream is a unique wild brown trout fishery. Browns, and a few rainbows, average around 12 inches although some larger trout can be found 16 to 18 inches.

Cripple Creek
2 anglers

Additional rod fee applies Adult $60.00 afternoon $45.00 Youth $45.00 afternoon $33.75

Tarryall Creek at Lazy River Ranch A-10

Tarryall Creek At Lazy River Ranch A-10

This creek traverses a mile and a half long meadow with an amazingly varied habitat ideal for trout. Browns and rainbows from 8 to 12 inches.

Below Tarryall Reservoir
3 anglers or 2 groups of 2 each.
Additional rod fee applies Adult $70.00 afternoon $52.50 Youth $70.00 afternoon $52.50

South Platte, Middle Fork A-11

South Platte, Middle Fork A-11

1 1/4 mile stretch of the Middle Fork of the South Platte averages 20 to 25 feet wide. Browns and rainbows averaging 9 to 13 inches. Some larger browns are occasionally caught.

1 1/2 hours SW of Denver.
2 anglers.
Additional rod fee applies Adult $60.00 afternoon $45.00 Youth $45 afternoon $33.75

Lower Michigan Creek A

Lower Michigan Creek A

This scenic South Park ranch offers two miles of meadow stream fishing for browns, rainbows and brook trout. It is easy to wade with a stream bottom of gravel and sand, some pools are as deep as six feet.

One hour drive from southwest Denver.
2 anglers or 3 if all in one group.
Additional rod fee applies Adult $80.00 afternoon $60.00 Youth $60.00 afternoon $45.00

Silver Valley Lake A

Silver Valley Lake A

A 4-acre lake full of brook, cutthroats, rainbows, and Steelheads. Some very large fish up to five pounds.

West of Silver Plume, one hour from Denver.
3 anglers A higher number is permitted if in one group.
Additional rod fee applies Adult $65.00 afternoon $48.75 Youth $48.75 afternoon $36.56

Thompson, North Fork at Drake

Thompson, North Fork at Drake

One mile of the North Fork of the Big Thompson. Rocky pools and runs provide excellent trout habitat for wild browns and rainbows average size 7 to 14 inches. A 2-acre pond also affords excellent fishing for larger rainbows and browns up to 22 inches.

Rocky Mountain National Park near Drake
2 anglers or more if in one group
Additional rod fee applies Adult $60.00 afternoon $45.00 Youth $45.00 afternoon $33.75

Clear Creek A-1

Clear Creek A-1

This Ranch contains 1/2 mile of the 30 foot wide Clear Creek. It has a good population of rainbows and browns averaging 10-14 inches, with a few rainbows approaching 20 inches.

East of Georgetown, just 45 minutes from Denver.
2 anglers. Up to 4 anglers permitted if in one group.
Additional rod fee applies Adult $60.00 afternoon $45.00 Youth $45.00 afternoon $33.75

Empire Lake A-18

Empire Lake A-18

This beautiful 5-acre lake is perfect for belly boating for rainbows, browns, and brook.

40 minutes west of Denver.
3 anglers.
Additional rod fee applies Adult $60.00 afternoon $45.00 Child $20.00 Youth $45.00 afternoon $33.75

Big Thompson River A-1

Big Thompson River A-1

Ranch has approximately ½ mile of the 30-40 foot Big Thompson River. Large numbers of rainbows, as well as cutbows and browns. Most in the 10-12 inch range and some as large as 18 inches.

1 1/2 hours northwest of Denver.
2 anglers or 3 if in one group.
Additional rod fee applies Adult $65.00 afternoon $48.75 Child $20.00 Youth $48.75 afternoon $36.56

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