Straightline Sports- Your Fly Fishing and Outdoor Sports Specialist
Straightline Sports, located in the heart of Steamboat Springs, is the premier destination for all of your fly fishing, skiing and outdoor adventure needs. Family owned by brothers Brett and Bruce Lee for over 20 years, Straightline Sports is the most established guide service and fly shop in the Yampa Valley. You can find us at our original location, 744 Lincoln Ave., in downtown Steamboat Springs, CO. Come chat with our friendly, knowledgeable staff about all of the outdoor possibilities in and around town!
The employees at Straightline Sports have a passion for the outdoors and have the experience to help you get the most out of your visit. We've geared up for the winter and have a great selection of rental skis, snowboards, snowshoes and cross country equipment. Straightline Sports also carries winter clothing like Arcery'x, Patagonia, Mountain Hardwear and other high quality brands!
Fishing is always in season at Straightline Sports and we are currently taking guided trips with great success. Give us a call and talk to our staff about all the different fishing options. We guarantee a great day will present itself while you're in town! Take our word for it, both winter and summer fly fishing can be spectacular for both the hard core angler as well as less experienced folks.
Come see us at Straightline Sports and let us share the same information that generations of Steamboat locals have come to appreciate! Also: Visit us on Facebook by searching for "Steamboat Straightline" and "Like" our page to get up to date information about Straightline Sports!
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Local establishment
- Phone: 970-879-7568
- Alternate Phone: 800-354-5463
1 day, $13
3+ Days, $12,
5+ Days, $11
Basic Shape Ski
1 Day, $14
3+ Days, $13...
Boots & Boards
Kids, $13 Sport, $20 Hi-Pro, $24
*Prices are Daily
Cross-Country Ski Package, $12 Kids Cross-Country, $8 Snowshoes, $10 Snow helmets, $5
• Offerings from Patagonia, Exofficio, Mountain Hardwear, Simms, Arc’teryx and Redington