Day 1: Arrive in Denver, drive to Rocky Mountain National Park.
Day 2-5: Backcountry fly fishing school in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Day 6: Service project with Rocky Mountain National Park.
Day 7: Front-country fishing and prep for Float Fishing.
Day 8: Float fishing with local guides, Silverthorne Rec Center, and final banquet at the Historic Mint in Silverthorne.
Day 9: Depart from Denver.
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We have put together a list of all that you will need for a successful and comfortable expedition. We offer a rental program for most of the big ticket items like fly rods, reels, sleeping bags, etc..
Click the link to view the complete Packing List Colorado Adventure. If you are interested in renting some or all of the big ticket items on the packing list click here to download the Equipment Rental Form.
Do I need to have fly fishing experience?
No experience necessary. No matter your skill level, your guides will work with you to make you a skilled fly fisherman or woman.
Do I need my own fishing equipment?
Students are responsible for their own fly rod, reel, line, and a few other personal fishing items. Please contact us for a full packing list. Don’t have your own? Not a problem. We have top quality Orvis rods and reels available to rent.
What other equipment will I need?
We will send you a full packing list if you are interested in signing up for one of our Adventure Academies. Group gear like tents, stoves, etc are all provided by LFFE. Personal gear like sleeping bags and backpacks are all available to rent.