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Fly Fishing in Vail

Gore Creek and other Vail fishing options

The Gold Medal fly-fishing waters of Gore Creek meander through the Vail Residences at Cascade Village. These magnificent fishing waters are accented by the Town of Vail walking path for easy access to a variety of spots to take advantage of the diverse mix of Trout!

Find solitude in your rental condominium or homes backyard with easy access via the paved path. 

Our signature fishing partner, the Vail Valley Anglers offer a mix of trips inclusive of half day, full day, float and wade options.

Vail Valley Anglers Wade Trips

Every guided wade trip includes a clean pair of Simms waders and wading boots, a cooler full of bottled water, fly rods and reels, transportation to and from the river, and an experienced, friendly fly fishing guide. All full-day trips include a freshly prepared streamside lunch. Lunch can be added to any half-day trip for a fee. Half-day wade trips last up to four hours, 3/4 day trips last up to six hours, and full-day trips provide you with more than six hours of fishing time on the water.

Guided trips do not include your Colorado fishing license or guide gratuity. All trip participants over the age of 16 are required to carry a valid Colorado fishing license with them while fishing. Also, we strongly encourage all of our trip participants to purchase their license online prior to their trip in order to save time and get on the water sooner.

Guided fly fishing trips go out rain or shine, and afternoon showers are common throughout the summer months. Please come prepared with an extra pair of socks, sunglasses, a hat, and a light rain jacket.

At Vail Valley Anglers, safety is our top priority, which is why drugs are not permitted on any of our fly fishing trips. We reserve the right to cancel any trip that becomes unsafe or unfishable. We will reschedule your class for a future date and try to make accommodations to your schedule, taking into consideration that the summer season is our busiest time of the year.

If you have additional questions about our Guided Wade Trips, you might be able to find an answer on our Frequently Asked Questions page. Or, feel free to contact us directly at 970-926-0900 or guidedesk@vailvalleyanglers.com.

 

Vail Valley Anglers Float Trips

Every guided float trip includes a drift boat or raft, a cooler full of bottled water, fly rods and reels, terminal tackle, premium Simms wading gear, transportation to and from the river, and an experienced, friendly fly fishing guide. All full day trips include a freshly prepared lunch. Lunch can be added to any half-day trip for a fee. Half-day float trips last up to four hours, 3/4 day trips last up to six hours, and full-day trips provide you with more than six hours of fishing time on the water.

Guided trips do not include your Colorado fishing license or guide gratuity. All trip participants over the age of 16 are required to carry a valid Colorado fishing license with them at all times while fishing. We strongly encourage float trip participants to purchase their license online prior to the trip in order to save time and get on the river sooner.

Guided fly fishing trips are not weather dependent, and afternoon rain showers are common throughout the summer months. Please be prepared with socks, sunglasses, a hat, and a light rain jacket.

At Vail Valley Anglers, safety is our top priority, which is why drugs are not permitted on any of our fly fishing trips. We reserve the right to cancel any trip that becomes unsafe or unfishable. We will reschedule your class for a future date and try to make accommodations to your schedule, taking into consideration that the summer season is our busiest time of the year.

If you have additional questions about our Guided Float Trips, you might be able to find an answer on our Frequently Asked Questions page. Or, feel free to contact us directly at 970-926-0900 or guidedesk@vailvalleyanglers.com.

 

Vail Valley Anglers Winter Trips

Every guided winter trip includes a clean pair of Simms waders and wading boots, a cooler full of bottled water, fly rods and reels, all safety gear, transportation to and from the river, and an experienced, friendly fly fishing guide. All full-day trips include a freshly prepared streamside lunch (with warm soup and beverages to take the chill off). Lunch can be added to any half-day trip for an additional cost. Winter half-day wade trips last up to four hours, and winter float trips and ice fishing trips provide you with at least six hours of fishing time on the water.

Guided trips do not include flies, a Colorado fishing license, or guide gratuity. All trip participants over the age of 16 are required to carry a valid Colorado fishing license with them while fishing. We strongly encourage all of our trip participants to purchase their license online prior to the trip in order to save time and get on the water sooner.

In order to make your winter fly fishing trip more enjoyable, please come prepared with sunglasses, long underwear or baselayer insulation, a fleece jacket and pants, gloves, a warm hat and a winter coat. Dress in layers just like you would for skiing or other outdoor winter activities.

At Vail Valley Anglers, safety is our top priority, which is why drugs are not permitted on any of our fly fishing trips. We reserve the right to cancel any trip that becomes unsafe or unfishable. We will reschedule your class for a future date and try to make accommodations to your schedule, taking into consideration that the summer season is our busiest time of the year.

If you have additional questions about Winter Fly Fishing Trips, you might be able to find an answer on our Frequently Asked Questions page. Or, feel free to contact us directly at 970-926-0900 or guidedesk@vailvalleyanglers.com.

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DISTINCTIVE DINING at GRAND HYATT VAIL

Food and drink celebrate the culinary heritage of the Colorado Rockies. This delicious blend of cultures echoes Vail’s own heritage.

Open all day, Gessner, the resorts signature restaurant is open breakfast through dinner, showcasing authentic flavors from the Colorado Rockies.

Enjoy breakfast buffets, relaxed lounge lunches and refined dinner experiences all overlooking Gore Creek and Vail Mountain.

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