Road Trip: Colorado’s Brown Trout Loop

By: Sep 19, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
If you are looking for ideas for a fly fishing road trip close to Denver, check out this article on the Visit Denver site.  Or, if you have questions about other travel ideas this fall, stop in the shop or give us a call at 303.733.1434.

Weekend Fly Fishing Report

By: Sep 17, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
It is great to see that much of Colorado is finally beginning to dry out.  From a fly fishing perspective, it is probably still a good idea to do some additional research by keeping your eye on local river flows and forecasts.  Or call the shop before you head out the door. We moved our On-Stream Beginner Fly Fishing School down to the main stem of the South Platte River.  Based on water clarity, you will have a much better chance sticking to a dam-controlled tailwater vs. a...

What Can Brown Do For You?

By: Sep 14, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Brown trout(Salmo trutta) are an anadromous fish that naturally reproduce in rivers across the state of Colorado.  They are also one of the pinnacle species for fly fishing enthusiasts. Being an anadromous fish, browns have an instinct to ascend into rivers from the sea to spawn.  In land locked states, this drive still exists and browns typically begin a migration from lakes or lower sections of a river to upper sections when the days begin to get shorter.  It is in the...

Keep Your Eyes On The Flows

By: Sep 13, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
As this big storm begins to dissipate we highly recommend that you do a bit more additional research before you head out the door.  There are still many areas of Colorado that are under flash flood advisory.  The Colorado Office of Emergency Management is a solid resource to pay attention to over the next few days.  It has fairly regular updates on conditions and road closures.   Also, when you decide to go fishing, use our Stream Flows page to make sure you have an...

An Introduction to Fly Tying - With David Luna - September 26th

By: Sep 12, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Learn the basics of tying flies with our in-house signature fly tier David Luna.  Price: $50 p/person (inquire about special bundled offer that includes deluxe fly tying kit containing vice and all the tools you need).  Call the shop today to reserve your spot in this class and get your fall/winter fly tying started off right - 303.733.1434. Date: Thursday, September 26, 2013 Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Cost: $50 p/person - or, ask about our special offer where you receive an Umpqua...

On-Stream Beginner Fly Fishing School - September 28th

By: Sep 11, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
On-Stream Beginner Fly Fishing School - September 28th 1 Day - $195.00/person – limited to six (6) participants (full day) Join Trouts Fly Fishing for our final On-Stream Beginner Fly Fishing School of the 2013 season. This is a one-day fishing school on one of our world-class private properties. Students will learn the basics of fly fishing including casting, reading water, entomology, and fly selection.  Are you interested to see what other clients and students have to say about...

Carp Slam 7 Recap

By: Sep 09, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Scott DeMoss shows everyone how to get it done on the Denver South Platte - Photo courtesy of Scott DeMoss Trouts Fly Fishing would like to congratulate Scott DeMoss and David Luna for their performance at this year’s Carp Slam 7 fly fishing tournament held on the South Platte River.  We’d also like to thank Denver Trout Unlimited for hosting a great event and all of the pros, amateurs, volunteers, event sponsors, friends, families and businesses that donated to this great...

Carp Slam Draw

By: Sep 07, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Here is a quick overview of the Pro/Am teams that were drawn tonight for Carp Slam 7 which kicks off Saturday morning, September 7th.  Now, things get interesting.  It should be a great day for this fly fishing tournament held on Denver’s own South Platte River.  (Source: Denver Trout Unlimited) Do you want to check out the recent river conditions or the Carp Slam Beats?  Or, check out real-time stream flows for the sections of the South Platte river...