This fish was hooked and landed on our Featured Property where we are holding our Switch Rod and Spey Casting Clinic - make the jump for the full fishing report We have only three seats left for our Switch Rod and Spey Casting Clinic being held on April 20th. The class is only $275 and you will get a chance to get into big migratory rainbow trout that are moving from the Colorado River up into the Lower Blue River. In addition to a great fly fishing opportunity, you’ll also...
Who’s that guy holding the brown trout and what fly did that fish just eat? The first person that can come up with these two answers wins a Trout’s Signature T-Shirt. If you’re looking for a clue, check out the new issue of Fly Rod & Reel Magazine – Spring 2013, pg. 6.
Photo Will Hollister We asked the question. You sent the photos. See for yourself what fly fishing in the springtime looks like in Colorado.
It had been about 5 years since I had fished the Arkansas River, and was blown away at the healthy river, active fish, epic hatches, and overall amazing day on the water. The Ark is known for brown and rainbow trout – and that is what we were after. Make the jump for the entire report.
For most people, the sensation and experience when they finally sight, cast, present a fly, hook, fight and land a permit is one that stays with them for a lifetime. For me, the feeling lasted for all of about twelve and a half minutes. Give or take.
Join Simms Fishing Products live from their new headquarters in Bozeman, Montana for a discussion at 11am MST on Wednesday, April 10, 2013. This will be like "Ask A Gearhead" on steroids with a live question-and-answer period and cool product give-aways.
This is our first FREE hands-on casting clinic for the 2013 season that is geared to help improve your fishing knowledge and skills with the sole purpose of getting you into more fish. Come join the staff of Trouts Fly Fishing for Casting and Cocktails on April 25 (5-7pm) - if you joined us last year you know how much fun we have.
Photo by Kat Yarbrough Geoff Mueller is senior editor at The Drake Magazine and just authored the book "What a Trout Sees: A Fly-Fishing Guide to Life Underwater." The photography in the book is by Tim Romano and the forward is by Tom Bie (owner/publisher of the Drake Magazine). Geoff will be here in the shop on April 18 from 6-7pm to give a quick talk about the book and to sign new copies. Put this one on your calendar!