Guided Fly Fishing Trip in Denver, Boulder, & Estes Colorado
TRY FLY FISHING Activity Level: Easy to Moderate Dates Offered: Year Round Departure: Boulder, Denver, Estes Park Service Offered: Guided Fishing Trips only If you are someone who has been captivated by the sight of a river shimmering and have thought to yourself that someday you should try fly fishing, this trip is for you. Our guides will give you the basic instructions for fly fishing and will bring you to the location that will offer you the greatest opportunity to feel the exhilaration of a fish on the end of a fly rod. On our 4 hour trips we try to limit the driving time to give you as much time on the water as possible. Most of the instruction will be done on the water with your guide. The focus for this trip is to provide you with an introduction to the art of fly fishing, and bring you to the river that provides the best opportunity for you to learn. Prices: 3 Person ........................ $150.00 pp 2 Person ........................ $195.00 pp 1 Person ........................ $330.00 Price includes: - Boulder / Golden Hotel pick up or designated meeting location. - $100.00 per group additional charge, for Denver and Estes Park Pick Ups. Please take note that this is a Guided Fishing Trip only. This means that you should provide your fishing equipment and gears as we do not offer rentals. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is not included.
- This vessel is rented without a captain. Customers can operate the vessel.
- 2 guests
- Tours, Lessons, and Diving
- Eco Tour
We owned and operated by Joshua has been working in the outdoor industry for 16 years, with experience in outdoor guiding, healthcare, mountain rescue, transportation, and safety. Joshua has a tremendous passion for exploring the outdoors, a desire to promote exploration in others, a strong sense of responsibility related to mountain safety, and an uncanny ability to find the best local places and experiences possible. Josh lives in Boulder with his wife, Erica, son, Asher, and daughter, Lilah. When not working, Josh can be found on the many trails, peaks, and couloirs in Colorado’s front range mountains. Erica is another avid outdoor enthusiast and son Asher and Lilah is already formidable hikers at age four and two. Throughout the four seasons, the Baruch clan continuously explores the manificant terrain, scenery, and wildlife of their incredibly extended backyard! Josh’s outdoor experience includes managing and owning a mountaineering guiding company that operated domestically and internationally for 5 years (California Expeditions), more than 30 international expeditions to five continents AMGA training and AIARE certiciations 2 years high angle search and rescue experience 2 years EMT-I working the 911 call system (Golden and SWAC Fire stations) W-EMT training and certifications Critical Care registered nurse and seven years nursing experience (including trauma intensive care units, telemetry, post anethesia, interventional radiology) Certifications in Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Pedicatic Advanced Life Support (PALS) College Instructor for outdoor navigation, Safety consultant and risk management plans written for the State of California Former wildfire red card and wildlife crew member. First profession was traveling on the ATP Tennis tour, had to choose between skiing or tennis at age 15, chose tennis because father was a tennis pro. Seven month honeymoon traveling around the world, favorite spot Ladakh. Education and degrees in Environmental Studies (adventure education and alpine ecology) and nursing. Research in altitude physiolgy and the 10 environmental stewardship skills developed in adventure education. First backpacking trip was at age 7 with Mother, Heidi, and brother, Eddie, that included eight days and the eight AMC huts around New Hampshires Presidental Range. At the end of that trip, I was hooked by mountains and what I had experienced on that trip. The next year I skied Tuckermans Ravine headwall for mothers day at age 8 and that tradition continued every mothers day for the next 8 years. The time since has been building upon a solid outdoor foundation and passion developed from a young age. The important lesson I learned is exposure at a young age can really set the seed for a foundness and love of the outdoors. I am trying to create the same foundation for my kids and those that I have the opportunity of share time with outdoors, regardless of their age. We all get our exposure to different things at different ages and times. The most important thing is creating a safe, fun, and engaging experience to maximize personal growth, learning, and ‘thirst for adventure of some kind’.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.