Lakes and Reservoirs
Within an easy drive of downtown Denver, you can find an array of lakes and reservoirs holding large carp. Stillwater carp season typically runs from mid-March into October. Typically, we stalk the margin of the lakes looking for targets. Ideally you’ll find happy carp tailing, already on the feed. Other times, wading can be productive. The guides know the area lakes and the best ways to approach them.
Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) Carp Fly Fishing
Turn up the degree of difficulty a few notches and chase the big boys from a stand up paddleboard! Over the past few seasons, we’ve been exploring new areas for carp on the board. The SUP allows you to access fish that would be difficult or impossible from shore or by wading, while still allowing for stealth and angler visibility.
Paddleboarding experience is helpful and recommended before taking on this trip. To give you a better idea about this experience, check out these videos from Fly-Carpin. The website features a myriad of articles, tips and videos about carp on the fly.
Colorado Fishing Licenses:
Your guide will either meet you at a predetermined location or we can arrange for pickup. Ask about pick-up and drop-off options at the time of booking. We’re more than happy to help get you to the fish from your downtown Denver hotel or other metro locations.
$495 for one or two anglers. Normally only one angler can be guided and actively fishing at a time.
- A 50% deposit of the guide fee is charged to hold your reservation
- Payments can be made by Visa®, Mastercard®, American Express®, Discover®, PayPal®, or cash.
- Balance of trip is charged upon completion
- Click on the Pay Now button to pay 50% deposit
- It is customary in the fly fishing industry to tip your guide on the day of the trip