Fall is undoubtedly my favorite time to get out and fish. Sure, wet wading during the summer months always has it's allure, and the quality of fishing to be had in the spring is unmatched. There is just something about spending time on a river as the fall colors begin to bleed across a mountainous landscape.
Photo Credit: Louis Cahill While we would like to think that we are the definative word on all things fly fishing, we know that this just isn't the case we accept that our customers appreciate the thougths of others. Louis Cahill over at Gink & Gasoline recently posted a great article on the new Simms Freestone Wader set to hit the market mid-November. You can read the entire piece here, though we will offer what we thought was the most relevent part: "Simms has, for many...
Well there's no denying it.......the light at end of the Summertime tunnel is beginning to show. Fall is approaching.
Join us September 3rd from 5:30-6:30pm for our hugely popular Learn the Basics of Fly Fishing class!
When an old friend from out of town calls and wants to go fishing, you go!
Everyone has their favorite time of year and a subsequent favorite type of fly. Some prefer early season caddis, other pegging eggs in the spring and fall, or maybe big streamers throughout the year. Myself, I'm a confessed hopper man.
SPACE IS STILL AVAILABLE for our 2nd Annual "303 Shootout" Casting Competition sponsored by Winston Rods, Scientific Anglers, and Howler Brothers!