Denver Water is shutting off our water flow from Dillon Reservoir thru Roberts Tunnel. “They don’t need the water in Denver.” As a consequence our remaining natural flow will not be adequate for fly fishing. We will try to reopen in April when we have more water. Thanks for your support in 2019. We hope […]
We re-opened on 8-27-19 after being closed for 6 weeks due to poor water quality. The fish were well rested and ready for a fight. Just check out the photos….lots of fish….96 netted….. some of the bigger fish broke off. Most species were landed on Pheasant Tails / Mop flies and San Juan Worms. Emily […]
We are thrilled to announce that Boxwood is scheduled to re-open to outfitters and anglers on August 27th. After our temporary seven week closure to protect the fish and angling experience at Boxwood, we are excited that additional water will be released from Roberts Tunnel. This additional cold clean water ensures the health and welfare of the […]
This is necessary to keep our trophy fish alive. Catching them during these conditions is too much stress. We tried only fishing in the morning and that didn’t work. We will return to normal operation when Denver Water starts releasing water thru Roberts Tunnel. (Right now we think that will be by 9-1-19) Please schedule […]
Effective July 20, 2019 Boxwood and Long Meadow will be going to 1/2 day morning trips only until further notice.This is necessary to keep our trophy fish alive. Catching them during this hot weather is too much stress on the fish.We will return to our normal operation once Denver Water starts releasing cold water through […]
After being temporarily closed due to low water and a long cold winter, Boxwood Gulch and Long Meadow will open on May 1. The fish are well rested and ready for a fight (See our Late April Fishing Report).
We regret to announce that Denver Water has unexpectedly decided to turn off the Roberts Tunnel. As a result, Boxwood Gulch Ranch will be temporarily closed to fishing in order to rest the trout during low water conditions. The low water exposes the fish to reduced oxygen levels and higher concentrations of heavy metals, as […]
Challenging fish, 3 miles of beautiful river, generous amenities, and top notch guides. See it all in this twenty minute video as Curtis Fleming of Fly Rod Chronicles provides an in-depth look at what makes Boxwood Gulch Ranch special. Curtis teams up with guests from Westerveldt Ecological Services and Jay Baichi from
Anglers, Boxwood will be opening again as scheduled on Feb. 15, 2019. The fish have had a 7 week rest … Set your drag and hang on. These bruisers are ready to break tippet, rods and nets so get ready for some fantastic winter fishing. During the remainder of our winter season all anglers will get […]
We are thrilled to present our inaugural “Wine And Dine On The Fly.” Enjoy a relaxing full day of of guided fly fishing at Boxwood, a couples tournament, dining, and more. The cozy amenities of Boxwood Gulch, complete with fireplace, patio, clubhouse, full restroom, and more make for the perfect place to create memories!