DDRR Private Water

Experience the Double Diamond River Ranch

The Double Diamond offers some of the most diversified waters on the western slope. At the DDRR you will find a private, 1/2 mile section of the Uncompahgre River, five private creeks including the Big Somo creek and two private lakes. These waters are managed in combination to make a private trophy fishery that can be your private water escape for the day. Be it still water, creeks or on the Uncompahgre River these private waters contain surprises that will bring memories for a lifetime.

Chase Trophy Trout without fighting the crowds

The Double Diamond River Ranch is a working cattle ranch (so always close the gates!) with  an intense focus on fish and wildlife habitat. The Double Diamond is managed as a trophy fishery and the biomass of fathead minnows, crayfish, and suckers grow meat eating toads. At the Double Diamond you realistically can catch the trout of a lifetime in a wild/natural ranch environment. Join us for a guided fly fishing trip on the breathtaking Double Diamond River Ranch, where you'll have the chance to catch trophy trout in one of the most beautiful and exclusive ranches in the country.

Package Options

Half Day Trip

A ½ day trip is 4 hrs. on the water

  • Fly Rod/Reel
  • Flies and leaders
  • Water/Snacks

$365 1 person / $540 2 person

*This includes a rod fee to the landowner. We highly discourage 3 person trips and will choose to send a 2nd guide if clients are all beginners.

Full Day Trip

A full day trip is 6-7 hrs. on the water

  • Fly Rod/Reel
  • Flies and leaders
  • Water/Snacks and Lunch

$470 1 person / $645 2 person

* This includes a rod fee to the landowner. We highly discourage 3 person trips and will choose to send a 2nd guide if clients are all beginners.

Trip will start at the shop, at a time agreed upon to provide the best fishing experience. Transportation to and from the river is provided if desired. Waders and Boots are not included but are available for rental at $35 per day.

 Responsibility and Liability: Fishing is an adventure sport that involves risk. We cannot be responsible for lost or damaged articles or personal injury. We are fully bonded, insured and licensed, but you participate at your own risk and must sign a waiver of liability for each trip. Safety is our number one priority at Montrose Anglers, as such drugs or alcohol are not permitted on any of our fly-fishing trips. All trips go out rain or shine unless conditions are deemed unsafe by the guide. If you have any questions please call the shop at 970-249-0408 or email us at info@MontroseAnglers.com. In the event that a trip is canceled, we will reschedule the trip for a future date.

All trip participants 16 years of age and older are always required to carry a valid Colorado fishing license with them while fishing. We strongly suggest our guests to purchase their license online prior to the trip in order to save time and get on the river sooner.  You can purchase them online through the Colorado Parks and Wildlife website at https://www.cpwshop.com/licensing.page . Cost of license is not included in trip prices. NOTE: These are private waters and a license is not needed on this property, but if your trip includes any public water you will need a license.



Wonderful experience! Tadd is an excellent guide. Getting into the sport was a bit intimidating at first -- there are so many details to the art of fly fishing. However, Nolan and Tadd made it simple and adventurous. Highly recommend!


The guys in the shop really helped me out as I started out fly fishing. From recommending flies to tips and tricks when I explain some hardships. They have put me on several fish.


I met Tadd fishing on the Uncompahgre River and he taught me practically everything I need to know about trout fishing! I ended up going to the fly shop the next day and he helped me get set up with an awesome fly rod set up! If I were to ever do a guided trip, I would definitely go here! Awesome people and they know what they’re doing! Thanks again!

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