The best way to catch a fish is to think like a fish, which means fretting about how to put all 4,000 of your kids through fish college. Catch a whole school with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $89 for a fly-fishing class for two (a $200 value)
- $199 for a full-day fly-fishing trip for two with lunch (a $400 value)
For the class option, customers may choose any of Golden River's four fly-fishing courses, each of which is geared toward students of a particular experience level. The two-person day trips explore a variety of waters, including Bear Creek, which is known for its abundance of moderately sized fish, or Blue River, which is home to many 25" catches. These trips are guided, and include lunch, all equipment, and one dozen flies.
Golden River Sports
According to United Airlines' Hemispheres magazine, three perfect days in Denver aren't complete without fly-fishing with Golden River Sports. Writer Rachel Sturtz was quite satisfied with her four-hour lesson, which isn't surprising, considering the the company's sterling reputation with sportsmen of all ability levels. The company's willingness to engage every clients comes from the experiences of instructors like Nick Adler, a self-taught fly fisherman who would have been grateful for guidance from a more experienced angler.
In that spirit, he and his fellow teachers offer four-part fly-fishing lessons, which begin with an introduction to fishing styles and equipment, and follow all the way through to advanced casting and how to read the water. Fly-tying clinics help out total beginners, guided trips take learning fishermen out to various creeks and rivers, and rentals allow schooled sportsmen to embark on their own adventures. An on-site store is loaded with all necessary equipment and accessories and gear for fly fishing and fly tying, including hooks, fly boxes, and a library of DVDs including fly-tying videos and each fish's favorite romantic comedy.
“Excellent!! Fun, nice gear, great guide!!!”