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Join Ascent Fly Fishing, Denver Outfitters, & Crazy Mountain Brewing in for our October Pop-up Fly Shop!

We are excited to announce that Ascent Fly Fishing will be partnering with Denver Outfitters and Crazy Mountain Brewing in October for our Monthly Pop-up Fly Shop! Makers of the Fly Fishing Rod Vault (formerly Titan Rod Vaults), car top popup camper, and now a whole line of cool fly fishing apparel and hats, Denver Outfitters came onto the fly fishing scene a couple years ago with equal parts passion, purpose, and fly fishing awesomeness!


Ascent Fly Fishing will be setting up our October Pop-up Fly Shop at the Denver Outfitters headquarters :
1250 Simms St #105, Lakewood, CO 80401 (CLICK HERE FOR A MOBILE RESPONSIVE MAP)

Friday, Oct. 6th from 3 pm - 8 pm & Saturday, Oct. 7th from 8 am - 5 pm

Offering our best price of $10 per dozen on more than 400,000 dry, wet, and weighted fly patterns, this is your chance to have a biologist look at your fly boxes and match your hatch, top off your fly box, and receive discounts on Denver Outfitter Apparel, so don't miss out!

The brewing masterminds at Crazy Mountain Brewing will also be providing their tasty Craft Beer FOR FREE for the attendees of the Pop-up Fly Shop during our "Happy Hour Sale" on Friday 10/6!

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