Mile High Angler is a Permitted Denver Colorado fly fishing guide service. We offer fly fishing guide trips on both public and private Colorado Rivers. Our Fly Fishing trout trips are hosted on some of Colorado’s best rivers. This allows us to put our anglers in the middle of the best fishing for the conditions and the time of year. Our Denver fly fishing guide service fishes some of Colorado's most productive wild trout water all within two hours of Denver. We offer fly fishing guide trips on the Colorado River, the William's Fork River, the Blue River and the South Platte River.
Our Colorado fly fishing guide trips on private water are as good as it gets for big trout and complete seclusion. We have the exclusive lease on The North Fork Meadows, the best private water fly fishing in Colorado. The North Fork Meadows is located only fifty minutes from Denver making it easy to get to. When you reserve the property, you and your group will be the only anglers on the river.
To us, a guide trip is more than just catching fish. Our Colorado fly fishing guide service provides a safe, fun and educational approach to fishing and our trips are tailored to the individual customer. We have built our business on customer service and would love the opportunity to serve you.
Fishing with a Colorado fly fishing guide on public water will give you the knowledge and insight needed to fool the wild trout in Colorado. We believe that the best way to learn the tactics and techniques on your home water or to take advantage of your Colorado fly fishing vacation is to fish with a local and knowledgeable Colorado fly fishing guide.
The South Platte River begins its long journey to the Mississippi River on the top of the Continental Divide in South Park. It’s a Colorado fly fishing paradise that provides a multitude of fly fishing locations, each different from the next. For fly fisherman in Colorado, the South Platte River is divided into several main sections. These include The Middle Fork of the South Platte, The North Fork of The South Platte, The Dream Stream, Elevenmile Canyon, Cheesman Canyon, Deckers, Waterton Canyon and the Denver stretch known as “The Urban River”. The South Platte River is the most well known river in Colorado and is the closest in proximity to Denver. Hiring a Denver Fly Fishing Guide is the best way to learn how to navigate this massive drainage.
The Colorado River begins its journey as a small freestone river in Rocky Mountain National Park. As it moves down the valley and joins the Fraser River the Colorado grows in size and strength. At the town of Parshall, the William’s Fork River enters the Colorado River adding cold water and bigger flows to the mighty Colorado. This section is known as "Middle Park" and is where the best fly fishing opportunities are found. Colorado fly fishing enthusiasts are in paradise on this world class and gold metal water. Take a guided Colorado fly fishing trip to this area and enjoy a true western trout fishing experience.
The William's Fork River is one of Colorado's best kept secrets. It is not accessible from the road and is often over looked. Fly fishing the William’s Fork River requires an easy mile hike in and is well worth the effort. It is a medium sized tailwater that is just less than two miles in length. With fast riffles, deep runs and tons of pockets, the Williams Fork River provides trout with great places to hide and easy access to food. It’s one of the most beautiful rivers in Colorado and an easy day trip out of Denver, Winter Park or Breckenridge. Take a Colorado fly fishing trip and request the William’s Fork River.
The Blue River is one of the most scenic rivers in the state and much of it has been designated Gold Metal Water. The Blue River is known to be finicky, providing anglers with great success one day while being stubbornly tough the next.