A Part of Boulder Since 1908


Since its creation as a wing of the Boulder Chamber of Commerce in 1908, the Boulder Fish and Game Club has dedicated themselves to making Boulder a sportsman's paradise.

While these days, we're no longer part of the local government, we continue to exist as a 501(c)(3) corporation tasked with helping maintain the Evert Pierson kids fishing ponds located in the center of Boulder along the Boulder Creek Trail. Our big event is the Kid's Fishing Derby put on during the Boulder Creek Festival every May.


From raising fish at the fish farm to the Kids Fishing Derby and even stocking fish in high alpine lakes. There's many ways to help out with the club. Please visit the about us page to learn more or click the help out icon above to find out how you can help out.

 Photography provided by club members


About the club

The Boulder Fish and Game Club has a rich history within Boulder, Colorado. Over the years, the club has taken on many different forms. But the theme of passing on the sporting tradition remains.

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Help Out

There's many ways to help out the club. Between volunteering your time or donating to the club, we're always looking for help. There's at least 2 events per month with a chance to help out.

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