HALF Day, 1 angler $290


Gore Creek Fly Fisherman has been offering guided fly fishing trips and fly fishing products to the public for over 35 years. They are the Vail Valley’s oldest fly fishing shop and the most prominent guide service in Vail, Beaver Creek and Avon, Colorado. Their vast fly fishing knowledge of numerous rivers, including the Eagle River, Gore Creek, the Colorado River, the Roaring Fork River, the Yampa River as well as high-country streams and lakes, is second to none. This translates into unparalleled accessibility to the best fishing anywhere with guides that will take your fly fishing experience to another level - turning it into a memory you'll want to share with your family and friends for the rest of your life.

The Water

Your catch awaits you

Gore Creek

Running through the Vail Valley, Gore Creeks Gold Medal waters present an intimate small stream setting for anglers to stalk everything from high mountain Brook Trout to trophy size Rainbow and Brown Trout. Gore Creek offers anglers a plethora of year-round opportunities from mind-blowing blanket Caddis fly hatches when the fish will eat anything to the ultra-technical aspects of sight fishing nymphs without indicators using 7x flourocarbon tippets.

Gore Creek:

Water Flows: 174 c.f.s
Fishing Quality: Good
Water Clarity: Clearing


Colorado River

The Upper Colorado below Gore Canyon meanders through the spectacular Canyon Country offering not only outstanding fishing, but also an unforgettable setting. The only thing that rivals the beauty of these canyons is the trout you will encounter on your journey down this river!

Colorado River:

Water Flows: 2,720 c.f.s.
Fishing Quality: Good
Water Clarity: Clearing

Eagle River

The Eagle River is a tributary of the Colorado River, approximately 60.5 miles long, in west central Colorado in the United States. It rises in southeastern Eagle County, at the continental divide, and flows northwest past Gilman, Minturn, and Avon.

Eagle River

Water Flows: 564 c.f.s.
Fishing Quality: Good
Water Clarity: Mostly clear above Eagle, slightly less visible below Gypsum.