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7970 Northfield Blvd Denver, CO 80238 US
(720) 385-3600(720) 385-3600

Regular Store Hours

Tracker Boat Service Tu-Sa 8am-5pm, Su-M Closed. Fish Feeding every Saturday at 3pm
Day of the WeekHours
Monday10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

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Star Spangled Summer Sale! - 6/15 Thru 7/4
Summer Sale! - 6/29 Thru 7/15

At This Store

Practice or sight-in your bow for maximum effectivenessGreat food, great atmosphereSee the latest in ATV/UTVs and accessoriesWe service what we sell, as well as other models of boatsShop America’s Favorite BoatsExperience a virtual hunt or take aim in our shooting gallery

Additional Hours

Boat & ATV Sales Hours

Tracker Boat Service Tu-Sa 8am-5pm, Su-M Closed. Fish Feeding every Saturday at 3pm
Day of the WeekHours
Monday - Saturday10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Power Pros Boat & ATV Service Hours

Day of the WeekHours
MondayClosed
Tuesday - Saturday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
SundayClosed

Regular Store Hours

Tracker Boat Service Tu-Sa 8am-5pm, Su-M Closed. Fish Feeding every Saturday at 3pm
Day of the WeekHours
Monday10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Bass Pro Shops is open 364 Days a Year!

Contact The Team

Vaughn Peterson
General Manager
Tristina Swartz
Restaurant Manager
Dave Simpson
Boat Sales Manager

Upcoming Events at Denver

Beginner Bowhunting

June 24
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Objective of the Beginner Bowhunter Classes:
Getting started in any sport is tough. This class gives you the information you need to start bowhu...
Objective of the Beginner Bowhunter Classes:
Getting started in any sport is tough. This class gives you the information you need to start bowhunting in Colorado, from equipment to where to bowhunt to how to hunt in Colorado.
The following topics are covered:
• Equipment
• Shot Placement
• Planning a Hunt- maps, statistics, etc.
• Methods of Bowhunting- Stalking, Blinds, Tree Stand Safety, etc.
• Camo Choice and Scents
• Laws and Regulations
• Survival
• Basic First Aid
• A range session

Class Fee: $35 (includes Colorado Bowhunters Association Annual Membership)

Registration Required: CONTACT: CAROL ASHURST (720) 231-5826
Colorado Bowhunters Association

Bowhunter Education Instructor – Rose Long (720) 936-5778

How to Use a GPS with a Topographical Map!

July 8
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
How to Use a GPS with a Topographical Map!
Fishing – Hunting – Camping

Instructor – Peggy Ellis
will teach you how to “return” to yo...
How to Use a GPS with a Topographical Map!
Fishing – Hunting – Camping

Instructor – Peggy Ellis
will teach you how to “return” to your favorite fishing holes, hunting locations and “always” be able to find your way back to your campsite…
using a GPS


Class includes instruction on Using a Compass and GPS with a Topographic Map. This class focuses on the fundamentals of outdoor navigation with a compass, GPS receiver and a printed topographic map. Students will receive instruction on compass use, map reading, GPS setup, accuracy, coordinate systems, map datums, waypoints, and tracklogs. Receivers and compasses are available for loan if you don't already have one. Students should be prepared for a combination of classroom instruction and outdoor exercises at a nearby location.

The emphasis is on using a compass and GPS with a published map for outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and 4-wheeling.

ADVANCED RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED!
Reserved class room seating is limited to 10 people.

Instructor Contact: Peggy Ellis at 303-464-0606 or pellis1234@msn.com.
This Clinic is $25 - Advanced Reservations Only

*The class does NOT address loading digital maps into a GPS receiver. Also, it does NOT deal with using GPS for automobile navigation or as an exercise companion. These questions may be answered by Bass Pro Shops Marine Team, at the GPS - Marine Counter. Or check out the Marine Teams weekly GPS and New equipment workshop.

Intermediate Fly Tying, 2 Part Class

July 9
6:30 PM
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd and 3rd Monday of each month. The class is led by Bass Pro associate Alan Reyes. You mus...
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd and 3rd Monday of each month. The class is led by Bass Pro associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take this class and do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. This class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today! Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials. Pre-requisite: Get Hooked on Fly Tying course

Get Hooked on Fly Tying

July 10
6:30 PM
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan ...
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take the class and can do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. The class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today. Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials.

Hunter Safety 4 Part Course

July 18
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
TRADITIONAL COURSE (10 HOURS Course over 4 days)
The basic purpose of a Hunter Education class is to teach hunters to be safe, legal and responsib...
TRADITIONAL COURSE (10 HOURS Course over 4 days)
The basic purpose of a Hunter Education class is to teach hunters to be safe, legal and responsible. Topics covered include wildlife management, wildlife identification, ethics, laws and regulations, and firearms safety
and handling. While Hunter Education classes enable safer hunting, they also help hunters to be more successful in their hunts by being prepared for the Colorado outdoors – and emphasize ethical hunting behavior.
Class Details
 in person, classroom setting (Frying Pan Lodge in Bass Pro Shops)
 10 hours minimum class time (split into 4 days)
 written test
 live fire exercise ( Last Thursday after test)
 cost $10
It is encouraged that a student be a minimum of “10 years of age” to attend this course
“YOU MUST ATTEND ALL 4 SESSIONS” During the online registration please complete the “STUDENT CONSENT FORM” and bring it with you.
Please be prepared to pay the $10.00 class fee to the instructors (Cash only) at check-in of the first session
Dates and Times of Upcoming Classes

July 18,19,25,26
August 22,23,29,30
Sept 19,20,26,27
REGISTER online at: http://www.register-ed.com - menu - Colorado - active programs - hunter education course - view upcoming events

Intermediate Fly Tying, 2 Part Class

August 13
6:30 PM
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd and 3rd Monday of each month. The class is led by Bass Pro associate Alan Reyes. You mus...
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd and 3rd Monday of each month. The class is led by Bass Pro associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take this class and do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. This class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today! Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials. Pre-requisite: Get Hooked on Fly Tying course

Get Hooked on Fly Tying

August 14
6:30 PM
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan ...
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take the class and can do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. The class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today. Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials.

Hunters Safety 4 Part Course

August 22
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
TRADITIONAL COURSE (10 HOURS Course over 4 days)
The basic purpose of a Hunter Education class is to teach hunters to be safe, legal and responsib...
TRADITIONAL COURSE (10 HOURS Course over 4 days)
The basic purpose of a Hunter Education class is to teach hunters to be safe, legal and responsible. Topics covered include wildlife management, wildlife identification, ethics, laws and regulations, and firearms safety
and handling. While Hunter Education classes enable safer hunting, they also help hunters to be more successful in their hunts by being prepared for the Colorado outdoors – and emphasize ethical hunting behavior.
Class Details
 in person, classroom setting (Frying Pan Lodge in Bass Pro Shops)
 10 hours minimum class time (split into 4 days)
 written test
 live fire exercise ( Last Thursday after test)
 cost $10
It is encouraged that a student be a minimum of “10 years of age” to attend this course
“YOU MUST ATTEND ALL 4 SESSIONS” During the online registration please complete the “STUDENT CONSENT FORM” and bring it with you.
Please be prepared to pay the $10.00 class fee to the instructors (Cash only) at check-in of the first session
Dates and Times of Upcoming Classes

August 22,23,29,30
Sept 19,20,26,27
REGISTER online at: http://www.register-ed.com - menu - Colorado - active programs - hunter education course - view upcoming events

Intermediate Fly Tying, 2 Part Class

September 10
6:30 PM
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd and 3rd Monday of each month. The class is led by Bass Pro associate Alan Reyes. You mus...
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd and 3rd Monday of each month. The class is led by Bass Pro associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take this class and do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. This class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today! Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials. Pre-requisite: Get Hooked on Fly Tying course

Get Hooked on Fly Tying, 3 Part Class

September 11
6:30 PM
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan ...
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take the class and can do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. The class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today. Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials.

Hunters Safety 4 Part Course

September 19
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
TRADITIONAL COURSE (10 HOURS Course over 4 days)
The basic purpose of a Hunter Education class is to teach hunters to be safe, legal and responsib...
TRADITIONAL COURSE (10 HOURS Course over 4 days)
The basic purpose of a Hunter Education class is to teach hunters to be safe, legal and responsible. Topics covered include wildlife management, wildlife identification, ethics, laws and regulations, and firearms safety
and handling. While Hunter Education classes enable safer hunting, they also help hunters to be more successful in their hunts by being prepared for the Colorado outdoors – and emphasize ethical hunting behavior.
Class Details
 in person, classroom setting (Frying Pan Lodge in Bass Pro Shops)
 10 hours minimum class time (split into 4 days)
 written test
 live fire exercise ( Last Thursday after test)
 cost $10
It is encouraged that a student be a minimum of “10 years of age” to attend this course
“YOU MUST ATTEND ALL 4 SESSIONS” During the online registration please complete the “STUDENT CONSENT FORM” and bring it with you.
Please be prepared to pay the $10.00 class fee to the instructors (Cash only) at check-in of the first session
Dates and Times of Upcoming Classes

Sept 19,20,26,27

REGISTER online at: http://www.register-ed.com - menu - Colorado - active programs - hunter education course - view upcoming events

Intermediate Fly Tying, 2 Part Class

October 8
6:30 PM
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd and 3rd Monday of each month. The class is led by Bass Pro associate Alan Reyes. You mus...
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd and 3rd Monday of each month. The class is led by Bass Pro associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take this class and do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. This class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today! Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials. Pre-requisite: Get Hooked on Fly Tying course

Get Hooked on Fly Tying, 3 Part Class

October 9
6:30 PM
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan ...
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take the class and can do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. The class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today. Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials.

How to Use a GPS with a Topographical Map!

October 14
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
How to Use a GPS with a Topographical Map!
Fishing – Hunting – Camping

Instructor – Peggy Ellis
will teach you how to “return” to yo...
How to Use a GPS with a Topographical Map!
Fishing – Hunting – Camping

Instructor – Peggy Ellis
will teach you how to “return” to your favorite fishing holes, hunting locations and “always” be able to find your way back to your campsite…
using a GPS


Class includes instruction on Using a Compass and GPS with a Topographic Map. This class focuses on the fundamentals of outdoor navigation with a compass, GPS receiver and a printed topographic map. Students will receive instruction on compass use, map reading, GPS setup, accuracy, coordinate systems, map datums, waypoints, and tracklogs. Receivers and compasses are available for loan if you don't already have one. Students should be prepared for a combination of classroom instruction and outdoor exercises at a nearby location.

The emphasis is on using a compass and GPS with a published map for outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and 4-wheeling.

ADVANCED RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED!
Reserved class room seating is limited to 10 people.

Instructor Contact: Peggy Ellis at 303-464-0606 or pellis1234@msn.com.
This Clinic is $25 - Advanced Reservations Only

*The class does NOT address loading digital maps into a GPS receiver. Also, it does NOT deal with using GPS for automobile navigation or as an exercise companion. These questions may be answered by Bass Pro Shops Marine Team, at the GPS - Marine Counter. Or check out the Marine Teams weekly GPS and New equipment workshop.

How to Use a GPS with a Topographical Map!

October 14
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
How to Use a GPS with a Topographical Map!
Fishing – Hunting – Camping

Instructor – Peggy Ellis
will teach you how to “return” to yo...
How to Use a GPS with a Topographical Map!
Fishing – Hunting – Camping

Instructor – Peggy Ellis
will teach you how to “return” to your favorite fishing holes, hunting locations and “always” be able to find your way back to your campsite…
using a GPS


Class includes instruction on Using a Compass and GPS with a Topographic Map. This class focuses on the fundamentals of outdoor navigation with a compass, GPS receiver and a printed topographic map. Students will receive instruction on compass use, map reading, GPS setup, accuracy, coordinate systems, map datums, waypoints, and tracklogs. Receivers and compasses are available for loan if you don't already have one. Students should be prepared for a combination of classroom instruction and outdoor exercises at a nearby location.

The emphasis is on using a compass and GPS with a published map for outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and 4-wheeling.

ADVANCED RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED!
Reserved class room seating is limited to 10 people.

Instructor Contact: Peggy Ellis at 303-464-0606 or pellis1234@msn.com.
This Clinic is $25 - Advanced Reservations Only

*The class does NOT address loading digital maps into a GPS receiver. Also, it does NOT deal with using GPS for automobile navigation or as an exercise companion. These questions may be answered by Bass Pro Shops Marine Team, at the GPS - Marine Counter. Or check out the Marine Teams weekly GPS and New equipment workshop.

Beginner Archery

October 21
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Objective of the Beginner Archery Classes:
Getting started in any sport is tough. This class gives you the information you need to start shootin...
Objective of the Beginner Archery Classes:
Getting started in any sport is tough. This class gives you the information you need to start shooting the bow and arrow.
The following topics are covered:
• Equipment
• Aiming and Proficiency
• Where to Shoot
• Safety
• Equipment Maintenance, Repair and Tools
• A range session

Class Fee: $35 (includes Colorado Bowhunters Association Annual Membership)

Registration Required: CONTACT: CAROL ASHURST (720) 231-5826
Colorado Bowhunters Association

Bowhunter Education Instructor – Rose Long (720) 936-5778

Get Hooked on Fly Tying, 3 Part Class

December 11
6:30 PM
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan ...
This class meets at 6:30pm in our frying pan lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take the class and can do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. The class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today. Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials.

Beginner Bowhunting

December 16
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Objective of the Beginner Bowhunter Classes:
Getting started in any sport is tough. This class gives you the information you need to start bowhu...
Objective of the Beginner Bowhunter Classes:
Getting started in any sport is tough. This class gives you the information you need to start bowhunting in Colorado, from equipment to where to bowhunt to how to hunt in Colorado.
The following topics are covered:
• Equipment
• Shot Placement
• Planning a Hunt- maps, statistics, etc.
• Methods of Bowhunting- Stalking, Blinds, Tree Stand Safety, etc.
• Camo Choice and Scents
• Laws and Regulations
• Survival
• Basic First Aid
• A range session

Class Fee: $35 (includes Colorado Bowhunters Association Annual Membership)

Registration Required: CONTACT: CAROL ASHURST (720) 231-5826
Colorado Bowhunters Association

Bowhunter Education Instructor – Rose Long (720) 936-5778

Beginner Archery

January 6
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Objective of the Beginner Archery Classes:
Getting started in any sport is tough. This class gives you the information you need to start shootin...
Objective of the Beginner Archery Classes:
Getting started in any sport is tough. This class gives you the information you need to start shooting the bow and arrow.
The following topics are covered:
• Equipment
• Aiming and Proficiency
• Where to Shoot
• Safety
• Equipment Maintenance, Repair and Tools
• A range session

Class Fee: $35 (includes Colorado Bowhunters Association Annual Membership)

Registration Required: CONTACT: CAROL ASHURST (720) 231-5826
Colorado Bowhunters Association

Bowhunter Education Instructor – Rose Long (720) 936-5778

About Bass Pro Shops Denver

When you take your first step into Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World in Denver, you’ll be awestruck with the grandeur of the building. Greeted by our warm and inviting nine foot high fireplace, you can sit and warm your toes or just take a relaxing break. Designed to compliment the outdoors, this 180,000-square foot building is part museum, part art gallery, and part education center. As a destination location, the store offers visitors a glimpse at Colorado’s majestic past and present.

History
If you enjoy a look back, it’s hard to beat some of the additions to our storewide historic photo gallery. Whether looking into the eyes of Sitting Bull or admiring our Presidents who were outdoor enthusiasts such as Herbert Hoover, Dwight D. Eisenhower, or Teddy Roosevelt, these photos are iconic. There are also over 200 mounted animals around the store which are native to the plains and mountains of Colorado.

Museum-Quality Exhibits
With three aquatic exhibits, you’ll want to take a seat and spend some time enjoying the view. Our big aquarium holds 22,000 gallons of fresh water and is full of fish native and new to Colorado waters. Some of these include: rainbow trout, large and small mouth bass, sturgeon, crappie, blue gill, fresh water drum, and walleye. Across from the large fish tank is a stream exhibit with ruddy ducks, and chances are when you walk over the bridge, you’ll also spot a few fish such as muskee and rainbow trout. Our second largest aquarium is a salt water tank located in Islamorada Fish Company, our restaurant adjacent to the store. This tank holds 13,000 gallons and has salt water fish like cat sharks, Napoleon wrasse, French angel, harlequin tusk, and blue hippo tang (the ‘Dori’ fish from the movie Finding Nemo).

Tracker Marine Center
If you’re a boat enthusiast, you’re in luck. Our Tracker Marine Boat Center, the largest manufacturer of fishing boats, ATVs, and UTVs in the world, has a wide variety of boats for any water sport you can imagine. Whether you’re searching for the best fishing hole or waxing up those water skis, we’ve got what you need. Step up into a boat and sit behind the wheel to get a feel for being on the water. Should your current boat need servicing, our mechanics are ready to get you back into the water in one of our three service bays.

Islamorada Fish Company Restaurant
Colorado may be landlocked, but Islamorada Fish Company will make you feel like you’re eating fish caught fresh, right off the dock. Whether you try the tender, hand-breaded alligator appetizer or dine on our signature fish & chips, your taste buds won’t be disappointed. Waiting for your party to arrive? No problem. Enjoy a cocktail at the bar while gazing into the salt water tank and watch an array of fish swim by.

Coffee & Fudge
If it’s coffee you’re craving, don’t forget to stop by Uncle Buck’s Coffee Shop. Our baristas will brew up your favorite drink, hot or cold. And if your sweet tooth is kicking in, don’t forget to pick up a piece of the best fudge this side of the North Pole.

Store Events
At Bass Pro Shops in Denver, we love kids and getting them outdoors. We have events geared just for them, year round. One of our most popular events is our Family Summer Camp where the kids can learn to cast for fish, shoot a BB gun, and explore the store learning about animals native to Colorado. There’s also an arts and crafts table for the little ones. You can check back on here or head over to our Facebook page to get the latest updates on what’s going on at the store.

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local pros

Photo of Nathan Zelinsky
Nathan Zelinsky
• 15 plus years of elite multi species pro-angler with an extreme passion for the outdoors
• Full Time Angler and Hunting Guide with over 270 trips each season
• Multiple Master Walleye Circuit top finishes
• Nationally published and recognized for Hunting and Fishing
Photo of Sam Heckman
Sam Heckman
2016 TBF National Championship 10th Place
2015 BFL All American Championship 17th Place
2015 TBF National Championship 2nd Place
2015 TBF Western Division Champion
Colorado TBF Youth Director
Colorado SAF High School Youth Director
Southern Colorado Junior Bass Club Youth Director
Numerous Colorado TBF and BASS State Teams
Photo of Jack Winters
Jack Winters
Experienced Fisherman Since 1980
Fished Walleye Tournaments Since 1999
Qualified for 4 National Team Championships
2011 Finished 9th in the Wyoming Walleye Championship