We have to spots left for our Colorado Classics Fly Tying Class tomorrow night, Wednesday February 12. The class will be held from 5:00pm-7:00pm here in the shop. If you are looking to learn basic fly patterns and hopefully expand your knowledge of fly tying down the road, this is a great class to get you started.
It is great to see and hear from our customers after their fly fishing trips. One of our big goals at Trouts Fly Fishing is to share what we know and our expertise so our clients can maximize their time on the water. Here’s is the latest customer fly fishing report, photo and shout-out we received: “Thank you guys for all the help! Anyone out there that wants to catch big fish...come to Trouts!!!!! They will hook you up with knowledge!!!”– Bryan H,...
How do you want to connect with fly fishing this year? Let us know how you want to connect and the three most intriguing answers we find on our blog Monday morning will each win a signature Trouts Trucker Hat.
At the recent International Sportmen’s Exhibition here in Denver, we spent a lot of time talking to customers about the new 2014 Simms line of fly fishing outerwear – specifically the new wading boots. One of the models that our customers found of interest was the new G4 Boa Boot.
This is a one-day fishing school on one of our world-class Exclusive Properties - the Rowdy Trout Ranch. Students will learn the basics of fly fishing including casting, reading water, entomology, and fly selection. This class is limited to six anglers so reserve your spot early (only 4 spots left!). Fishing this section of the North Fork of the South Platte River should be excellent this time of year. To make your reservation for this class and to enjoy a day on the water...
Let Trouts Fly Fishing Help Keep You OUT of the Dog House This Coming Valentine’s Day. It is that time of the year again folks – Valentine's Day is right around the corner. We put together a Top 10 ten list of great gift ideas for that special someone in your life.
January was a really busy month for us here at Trouts. Somehow, we forgot to share this article about the fly fishing prospects on the Arkansas River and the new Gold Medal water designation. As always, Scott Willoughby from the Denver Post delivers a great piece talking about why this is important for the Arkansas as well as the State of Colorado.
Every so often a piece of media will come across my desk that reminds me of the beauty, splendor and simplicity that is fly fishing for Trout. I have been fortunate to travel the globe in search of exotic species, but trout has always been a fish that grounds me and exemplifies why I love this sport so much.