Minturn Anglers Guide Service

The Tenkara Grasshopper Guide Services has expanded. I am now able to offer trips in a partnership with Minturn Anglers. Minturn Anglers is the premier fly fishing guide service on the Front Range and in the Vail Valley.  Check out the offerings in and around Denver and book a trip with me. Don’t miss out on a trip of a lifetime with yours truly!

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Minturn Anglers Front Range Walk and Wade Trips

When in Denver you might be looking to fill some free time. Let me share some of the most amazing water close to Denver. The Front Range offers the discriminating angler virtually unlimited miles of water.

I offer trips to a number of quintessential Front Range public waters. With the likes the South Platte, the Dream Stream, Deckers, Bear Creek, Tomahawk, Clear Creek, Badger Basin, and Hartsel, Colorado.

Private water trips are available, testing your skill and gear against some of the biggest fish in the Front Range. Premiere private water excursions can be experienced at Boxwood/Long Meadow Ranch, Rainbow Falls, and the Rocky Mountain Angling Club.

In partnership with Minturn Anglers, you can now book a trip to Rocky Mountain Angling Club Waters. There are numerous options available, the options include Four Mile Creek, Arkansas River, and Tarryall Creek and its tailwaters.

Vail Valley Walk and Wade Trips

While visiting the Vail Valley or Summit County book a trip with me to visit some truly amazing waters as well. I can offer you tenkara trips on the likes of the Eagle River, the Roaring Fork, Gore Creek and Piney Lake. I can now offer a range of private water options offering you the ultimate fishing experience on some of the best water in Colorado. Seldom do you get to fish private water with the likes of the Rolling J Ranch, Sweetwater Ranch, and the Colorado River Ranch.

Minturn Anglers Guide Trip Request

If you have made the decision to book a trip or want more information contact me using the form below. You might have some additional questions so you can check out the Guide Trip 101 page.