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Denver, CO


Welcome to
Denver, CO

Denver Mart 

January 3, 4, 5 2014

Show Hours: Fri 10 - 6; Sat 9 - 5:30; Sun 9 - 4:30
 
Admission: Adult: $15 for one day, 
                             $25 for two-day pass,
                             $35 for three-day pass; 
                  Children under 5 free, under 12: $2
                  Scouts under 16 in uniform: free
                  Active Military: $10
                  Cash only at the gate


BACK AGAIN:
The International Fly Fishing Film Festival.
One night only, Friday, January 3 at 6:30. Tickets are $15 at the door or $10 in advance or with a paid Fly Fishing Show admission for that day.
Click Here to purchase tickets.



Special Musical Guest
Don't miss our special musical Guest Dave Blackburn.  He will be playing in the lunch area during mid day and also for a feature "happy hour" act prior to the screening of the International Fly Fishing Film Festival.




Regardless of the weather, the show will go on!



Announcements:

The Federation of Fly Fishers is pleased to offer FREE fly fishing instruction at the FFF Learning Center located at the FFF booth.  Basic fly casting- fly tying- knot tying will be taught throughout the day-every day of the Fly Fishing Show.



A Note from the Director
Welcome to the thirteenth Denver Fly Fishing Show. We are the largest all fly-fishing show in the Rocky Mountains and the first and only all fly show in Denver. The show will give you, your family and pals an early look at all the new rods, reels, clothes, tying materials, accessories, books and DVDs with a chance to find some special show deals. Maybe it’s time for that exotic fly-fishing trip you’ve been thinking about. You’ll find the lodges and booking agents and be able to attend one of our Destination Theater talks designed to make your own trip decision the best choice for you.

If you need to improve on some techniques to make you a better fly fisher, check out our “Classes with the Experts.” They are taught by some of fly fishing’s most respected celebrity teachers and you get a small class setting where face to face exchanges are both an enjoyment and helpful. When you take a class, your show admission is included.

Returning and expanding is our “Rocky Mountain Bamboo Revival” section where you’ll see demonstrations, finished rods and Jeff Hatton’s astonishingly historic rod museum display. Cast a $3,000 bamboo rod, no problem. Ask questions and learn this classic part of our sport.

In case you missed it, despite increased costs – everything from postage to staff accommodations – we have not raised our admission prices. Additionally, PARKING IS FREE. Your support has made our show an annual must-attend weekend. We are proud to be able to continue to direct such a welcomed all fly-fishing event to Denver.
—Chuck Furimsky, Director