Fly Fishing Show gives anglers a good reason to celebrate
Fishing season never closes in Colorado, but you can celebrate an unofficial opening day when Denver’s 14th annual Fly Fishing Show casts off Jan. 9-11 at the Denver Mart’s Pavilion Building.
The spacious pavilion, 451 E. 58th Ave., will host a virtual three-ring circus of all-things-fly-fishing, including casting demonstrations, fly-tying theaters, angling and travel films, a women’s fly fishing showcase and the newest fishing tackle and gear, all aimed at Rocky Mountain-area visitors.
The International Federation of Fly Fishers will be offering free fly-fishing instruction at the IFFF Learning Center.
Also, many fishing authors, including John Gierach, Ed Engle, Shirley Walchak and Jeff Currier, will be signing books during the show.
Parking at the Denver Mart is free.
Admission is $15 for one day, $25 for two days and $35 for three days.
Entry to the International Fly Fishing Film Festival on Jan. 9 is $15 ($10 advance) with paid admission to the show.
Visitors can register for the “Best of Belize” door prize, which includes two weeks for two people, fishing the four best lodges in all of Belize.
For more information and tickets: http://www.flyfishingshow.com.