Rocky Mountain National Park is the perfect setting for this Colorado fishing adventure. The Continental Divide runs right through the middle of the park dividing it into two unique fisheries. We will start out on the east side of the divide catching Colorado’s state fish, the greenback cutthroat trout. The park’s protected lakes and streams are some of the last strongholds of these endangered trout. With a little bit of hiking this is one of the best places in the state to catch these rare beauties. After a quick drive over the divide we will head into the wilderness of the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park. This time we will be chasing another native colorado trout, the Colorado River Cutthroat. This section of the trip will provide the possibility for 100 fish days as we hike along trout filled streams and up to high alpine lakes loaded with large trout that rarely see a hook. Top all of this off with a overnight float fishing trip on the Colorado River and a big banquet dinner and this is the perfect rocky mountain fishing experience.