Breckenridge Fly Fishing
Breckenridge Outfitters is honored to be one of the most decorated Orvis-Endorsed Outfitters, offering year-round guided fly-fishing adventures and a full-service fly shop in Breckenridge, Colorado. We pride ourselves on providing the best knowledge, guidance, and equipment to explore the finest fly fishing in the Rocky Mountains. We fish virtually every river in the area, including all gold medal rivers and exclusive private ranch rivers, ponds, and lakes. With our daily guide reports and vast access to waters, we are sure to match you up with the best hatches of the season and provide the best opportunity for the ultimate fishing experience.
We are lucky enough to be in close proximity to a lot of good freestone and tailwater fishing, which means we are doing guide trips to world-class water every day of the year!
All of our guided trips include all necessary Orvis equipment, waders/boots/rods/reels, terminal tackle, transportation to and from the river, education and instruction from your Orvis-Endorsed Guide, beverages, and lunches on full-day trips.
We are located in the heart of Breckenridge in Summit County, Colorado. There are six gold medal rivers with in an hour of Breckenridge, including the Arkansas, Blue, Colorado, Eagle, and South Platte Rivers. We also fish many stillwater lakes, reservoirs, and private ranches. These waters offer diverse fishing environments ranging from small streams in high mountain plains to fishing big rivers surrounded by canyon walls and even fishing pristine high alpine reservoirs filled with trophy fish. Our county also offers a variety of different activities for the family as well as restaurants and bars for after-fishing activities.
Though our summer and fall fishing seasons tend to be the most popular, our winters are not to be missed. Because our season is all-year long, there is a very diverse range of fishing opportunities, from casting large dry flies to technical nymph fishing in the winter season. Some highlights of our season include the rainbow and cutthroat spawn in the spring and the brown and brook spawn in the fall. In each of these shoulder seasons you can experience great streamer fishing and catch large fish that do not usually expose themselves in the summer.