Learn To Fly Fish! A fly fishing clinic/class!
“Enjoy YOUR new skills, for less than the price of a quality fly rod and reel”
Since 1969, Dvorak Expeditions Arkansas River Clinics | CO
Has offered memorable experiences for adventure travelers, families, fishermen; anyone with a passion for the outdoors. Enjoy the mountains, canyons, classical music, photography, alongside nature’s rivers. We have provided training in many areas on the river, including accredited Swift Water Rescue Training, Guide Training, Kayaking, Rafting, and Fly Fishing in Colorado.
Get undivided attention from a fly fishing guide that is there to guide you down the river, as well as teach you everything you could possibly retain. No question is the wrong question. We are here to teach you to fly fish, whether from a raft or wading the waters, whether you are a true beginner, or a novice that’s eager to expand your knowledge.
Reserve an exclusive fly fishing clinic with the opportunity learn from a top notch fly fishing guide and ask about many facets of fly fishing in Colorado including:
- Fly choices
- Line recommendations
- Difference in fly rods
- Rigging your fly rod
- Casting technique
- Fish habits
- Local fish species
- Fishing skills
- And much, much more
We have an extensive fly “box” for you to buy that contains all that you would need, and recommendations on what gear will land you a fish!
Fly fishing in Colorado is fun! It is a great way to fish rivers, streams, all types of moving waters, as well as still water lakes too! Fly Fishing requires a bit of specialized technique to learn; and learning from someone that knows is a great way to rapidly accelerate your skills. Learned technique and skills make all of your subsequent fly fishing in Colorado more successful and fun!
We at Dvorak Expeditions offer classes from our renowned fly fishing program, and is an affordable opportunity to learn from a professional. We are here to help you get more out of your outdoor experiences!
“Our top priority is the quality of the experience that you will never forget.”
Level: Beginner to Intermediate |
Instructor: Dvorak’s instructor guide 1×2 ratio |
Time: 3 hours |
Date: Spring through Fall |
Included: Additional rods to try out, flies or training items. (Personal water bottles a must)
What to bring: DVK rental (rod, reel, line and leader). ($25 per day) You can bring your own fishing equipment to use.
CLASS DESCRIPTION: If you’re just getting started or need to work out some casting bugs, check out our Casting Basics Class. Beginning fly fishers learn how to rig and cast the rod and intermediate fly fishers fine tune their technique. Students learn the basic cast, roll cast, the haul and the double haul. How to load the rod, handle the line and manage the fish. They will learn under what conditions to use each cast and will have lots of time to practice with their rod and also try out some other rods. Gratuity: for guides is NOT included suggested 20%
3 HOUR CLINIC | 2 persons minimum
1/2-day BEGINNERS FLOAT FLY FISHING | 1×2 Anglers
Level: Intermediate +
Time: 3-4 hours a.m. or p.m. (HALF DAY)
Date: Spring thru Fall
Included: Raft-fishing frame, Custom guide-instructor, water and snacks.
Requirements: Colorado fishing license ($9 per day)
What to bring: Your own equipment required or a DVK RENTAL: (rod, reel, line and leader). ($25 per day) waders ($35), 5 flies included then cost @ ($4 each) (Personal water bottles a must)
FLOAT DESCRIPTION: You will be floating the Arkansas River is some of the best sections and private floating water. We will guide a maximum of 2 anglers on the raft or drift boat to one guide. If you have 3 anglers we will charge 3rd person; ($315 private). If your anglers are more of a wade/walk style we will deduct $10 from each fare. There is no lunch on the half-days but you can bring
Class Options: If you’re just getting started or need to work out some casting bugs, check out our basic – intermediate casting class. New anglers will learn how to rig and cast the rod and intermediate students will fine tune those skills at the river. Students learn the basic cast, roll cast, the haul and work into a double haul. How to load the rod, handle the line and mange the fish. They will learn under what conditions to use each cast and will have lots of time to practice with their rod and also try out some other equipment. Gratuity: for guides is NOT included.
Cost: $185 each – 1×2 anglers with Instructor
Cost: $215 -1×1 angler private +Instructor