Tucked between the historic mining towns of Georgetown and Empire, this mile stretch of Clear Creek offers fly fishers off every skill level an opportunity to experience one of the Front Range’s favorite fisheries. Unlike much of Clear Creek, this section of the river runs through a meadow section, with good structure, deep bend pools, and large rocks, providing excellent holding water for trout. Primarily home to browns, rainbows, and the occasional cutthroat, anglers will be surprised by the quality of the fish in this section, with the potential for a lunker rainbow at every bend. As one of main thoroughfares for runoff, Clear Creek is a phenomenal option beginning in late June and fishes well throughout the summer and fall months.
Pricing includes all necessary equipment; rods, reels, waders, boots, flies, etc. as well as transportation, rod fees, and lunch on full days. As with all Front Range Angler Private Water trips, the only two things not included are guide gratuity and Colorado fishing licenses for the day.