Our family fishing clinics see more than 20,000 Coloradoans each year. Colorado Parks and Wildlife hosts, sponsors or contributes to fishing clinics that provide opportunities for kids and their families to learn to fish and manage our aquatic resources.
Many community groups, civic organizations and local government agencies offer "'learn to fish" opportunities.
Find contact information for your local recreation centers, community centers and parks departments. Other possibilities include fishing groups, such as Trout Unlimited, Colorado BASS Federation, Colorado Walleye Association and Muskies, Inc., or local sporting goods stores--many hold learn-to-fish clinics and are great sources for fishing club information.
Introduction to Fly Fishing
Monday, July 16
Have you wanted to try fly fishing but didn't know where to start? Worried about walking into a big fly shop and getting just what you need? Then this clinic is for you. This is a basic fly fishing class that will teach you everything you need to get started in fly fishing.
Program: Fly Fishing for Beginners
Tuesday, July 17
Join Naturalist Linda to learn the art of acting like an insect! Fly fishing involves lures that look just like aquatic insects and the skill to make your lure act like one. Equipment provided.
Intermediate Fly Fishing Clinic - Lake Tactics
Wednesday, July 18
Have you been to a basic fly fishing class but want to learn more? Are you interested in lake specific tactics? Here is your chance to take a class that will expand your fishing techniques.
Proceeds from the
Colorado Lottery, through Great Outdoors Colorado,
help fund Colorado's Angler Education Program and clinics.