Our Policy

  • A 50% deposit is required at the time of booking. Trip balance is due day of trip; required on all trips.
  • 48 hour notice is required on all cancellations. Deposit will be forfeited on any cancellation without proper notice.
  • All trips include premium equipment if needed, but feel free to bring your own equipment if you like.
  • All transportation to your fishing destination will be provided. If you need to be picked up in the Denver Metro area or airport, it can be arranged with your guide.
  • Lunch is only included on full day trips.
  • Trip pricing does not include your Colorado fishing license or guide gratuity
  • Private water destinations will incur an extra rod fee.

Your Fishing License

After booking your trip, we encourage you to take a few seconds and purchase your Colorado fishing license online before your trip. Fishing licenses often take some time to process at the shop, so we encourage you to pre-purchase your license online to save time. Just click the link, fill out the information, print out the receipt when you are done, and make sure to bring it with you on the day of your trip! You must keep it on you while fishing. If you are only fishing for one day, select resident or non-resident, then the $9 one-day fishing license option for the date of your trip.

Your CFF Guide Will Provide

Flies - CFF guide are stocked and prepared with files
Drinking Water - It's very important to stay hydrated un the dry high alpine air of Colorado. Drink more thank you think you need.
First Aid Kit - All CFF guide are First Aid / CPR Certified.
Sunscreen - SPF 30+ is necessary year round in Colorado to avoid nasty burns. Glare off the water only intensifies the sun.
Bug Spray - Simple, but it makes a world of difference in your enjoyment on the water.

What you should bring:

Layers – The weather in Colorado is notorious for changing quickly. Your best strategy is to bring multiple light layers that can be added/removed quickly.
Packable Rainwear – Summer rains can be cold and intense, and often times even include small hail.
Pants – Light, synthetic pants are best in waders. Jeans bunch up and become uncomfortable quickly.
Socks – Medium or lightweight synthetic socks are ideal.
Sunglasses – Standard lenses are good, but polarized lenses great! Bring them if you have them.
Hat – Recommended for sun protection and comfort, and it also helps cut glare from above which will help you spot fish!