Welcome to the Colorado Mountain Club's Denver Fly Fishing Section web site. We promote the aquatic habitat of the Colorado Rockies through the art of Fly Fishing. The FF members conduct schools, seminars, clinics, fishing trips, monthly meetings with guest speakers, service projects and gather for social events. Learn more.
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This video highlights the conservation work being done for Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout in Colorado. Panning for Gold... (via Colorado Outdoors Magazine)
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May 18, 2015
Peter Stitcher presentation on Practical Entomology for the Angler. Peter will break down the characteristic of all of the major families of aquatic invertebrates and then help the participant to bridge the gap into their fly box. After this talk, you should be able to determine the family and life stage of a bug you sample on the water, and the flies in your box to match them. Ascent Fly Fishing's dual purposes are: to make the practical understanding of entomology, fish behavior, and aquatic habitat available to everyone, and to purposefully apply that knowledge for greater success on the water. To learn more visit Peter’s web site: www.ascentflyfishing.com
June 18, 2015
Freelance writer and photographer Ron Belak will deliver a presentation entitled “Fly Fishing in Alaska at the June 18th meeting. Ron has published about 60 magazine articles and more than 300 photos over the past 20 years, mostly in Colorado Outdoors magazine but also in American Angler and Fly Fisherman. Ron is a long-time member of the Evergreen Chapter of Trout Unlimited and is currently its newsletter editor.
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Schools and Clinics
Classes and clinics are regularly conducted for members. Introductory fly fishing and tying schools are held annually. For details, view the schools page, send us an e-mail or call the office at 303-279-3080.
Backcountry Fly Fishing
While most prefer established streams, some eagerly pursue the backcountry. We hike, climb and backpack to uncrowded, special places. For more on Colorado wilderness fly fishing, visit our backcountry pages.
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