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.
Spring Fishing Clinic
Saturday, May 6
100 FREE poles for the first kids to sign up for a day filled with fishing tips and giveaways!
Introduction to Fly Fishing
Saturday, May 6
Learn the basics of fly fishing in this family friendly clinic. This clinic is designed for beginners. We will be covering the basics: equipment, flies, and casting, then spend plenty of time on the water practicing your new skills! This class is in the evening and a great introduction to the sport.
Rocky Mountain Fly- Intro to Fly-Fishing
Saturday, May 13
Have you ever wanted to learn what fly fishing is all about…the basics of casting, tying knots, different types of equipment needed, and what you need to get started? Join Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Project Healing Waters, and others for an introductory one-day class about beginning your fly fishing adventures in Colorado. This class is limited to 50 participants so register early! Anyone is welcome, but those under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
Proceeds from the
Colorado Lottery, through Great Outdoors Colorado,
help fund Colorado's Angler Education Program and clinics.