1. Spring Fly Fishing in Estes Park

    Estes Park fly fishing in the Spring is one of the most popular times of the year for anglers. Many people have anxiously awaited the end of the snow and ice. During this warm-up period, the days are becoming longer, and there are more warm days than cold. There are so many wonderful things about the beginning of Spring, and anglers know them all! From the increased insect activity to the spawning…Read More

  2. Add Fly Fishing in Rocky Mountain National Park To Your Bucket List

    Many people have created a bucket list of activities that they have always wanted participate in, or locations they would like to visit. Now, you can visit one of the most beautiful locations in the world while experiencing world-class fly fishing! Fly fishing in Rocky Mountain National Park should be added to every single bucket list in the United States. Contact Kirk’s Fly Shop for a full Colo…Read More

  3. Quality Family Time

    Normal families are usually on the go more often than not. It’s difficult for parents to spend time with their children when schedules are so different. Hobbies, work, school, and after-school activities make it much harder for parents to connect with their children. There are few hobbies that translate to children which can make everything much more difficult. One of the few activities that chi…Read More

  4. Commonly Asked Questions About Fly Fishing

    People who are looking to get involved in Estes Park fly fishing may have a myriad of questions. Beginning anglers will not understand some of the nuances that more experienced fly fisherman will understand. It is easy to become overwhelmed when beginning a new hobby. Do not worry, Kirks Fly Shop is here to help! We have compiled a list of some of the most commonly asked questions (and answers) …Read More

  5. Choosing the Right Waders

    Like all pieces of fly fishing equipment, waders are important! Doing your homework on a rod, reel, and lures is only part of the puzzle. You have spent hundreds of dollars on the proper rod, vest, and flies and hat, do not cheap out on a pair of waders! Think about how long you will be spending IN the stream or river. Waders are quite important to the success of a fly fishing trip in Colorado. Wa…Read More

  6. Protect Yourself Against Sunburns

    Your weekend getaway is finally here! Time to get out of the busy city, the frustrating traffic, and the constant calls on the cellphone. The last thing on your mind may be protection against the sun. A weekend adventure can be derailed if your skin becomes sunburned. Colorado fly fishing adventures need the right level of sun protection to keep you participating. Protect Yourself Sunburns occur w…Read More

  7. Reasons to Take Your Children Fly Fishing

    Parents are always looking for activities that they can share with their children. Remember when your father use to take you down to the lake on those foggy mornings in the summer? You would spend the day baiting hooks, drinking soda, and catching fish. Those days with your father were some of the best days of your life. Your children deserve to have their own memories like that. Fly fishing in Ro…Read More

  8. Cost of Fly Fishing in Rocky Mountain National Park

    We have been asked many times how much money it takes to get into fly fishing. Let’s just start by saying that it can be very expensive. For those who have never participated in fly fishing of any sort, buying gear is a ludacris decision. What happens if you do not enjoy the sport? First figure out if fly fishing is an activity that you will enjoy before you buy equipment. Rent Quality Gear From…Read More

  9. Winter Tips for Fly Fishing In Rocky Mountain National Park

    Thankfully for all the avid anglers out there, fly fishing in Rocky Mountain National Park can be enjoyed all year-around. Fly fishing in the winter is one of the most beautiful activities that you can enjoy. Colorado has some of the most beautiful mountains in the United States, and in the winter months these mountains can look like the set of a movie. Nothing is more relaxing for an angler. Wort…Read More

  10. Alternative to Colorado Fly Fishing

    We understand that your love for fly fishing runs deep. We even understand that there is no other type of fishing quite as enjoyable as fly fishing. Kirk’s Flyshop would like to just mention other alternatives to Colorado Fly Fishing. Winter temperatures can drop well below freezing and  Colorado has some very blustery days which are not conducive to fly fishing. Ice Fishing While the rivers ne…Read More