Only One Spot Left: Beginner Fly Fishing School

By: Jul 10, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
If you want to give fly fishing a try this summer, now is the time.  We have one (1) seat left in our On-Stream Beginner Fly Fishing School being held this Saturday July 13th. 

Fly Fishing Report: The YR Ranch

By: Jul 09, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
As we recently reported in the “1303” newsletter, our property on the YR Ranch is fishing exceptionally right now.  Brown and rainbow trout are actively feeding on midges, caddis and grasshoppers.  Early in the morning, fish were recently found gently sipping smaller flies in the tailouts.  This required delicate and accurate presentations...

Fly Tying Class - Warm Water Patterns July 25th

By: Jul 08, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
This intermediate to advanced clinic is designed to expand fly tier’s ability to create effective warm water patterns for targeting aggressive species like smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, pike and musky – the warm water bite will turn on in August...

Dog On the Blog II

By: Jul 05, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
It is time for another doggy casting call – we want to see your fly fishing dog on our blog!  Then we’ll give our readers a chance to vote for their favorite photo - and the winning hound gets a super-pup-prize-pack including an Orvis FleeceLock Wrap Around Dog Bed and a Trouts Signature Trucker Hat!

Fly Fishing Report: The Colorado River

By: Jul 03, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Here is a quick excerpt from this fly fishing report from the Colorado River: "We continued to move fish from the banks – some would swim along with the two intruders, giving them a thorough inspection.  It was fun to watch all of the activity from the deck but it was getting a bit frustrating. So, I did what I often do at times when gill-bearing aquatic animals with small brains are outsmarting me – I cracked a beer and opened my fly box… again..."

Eagle River Float Fishing - a photo essay

By: Jul 02, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
A week back we took a few lucky customers to float the famed Eagle River with our friends up at Vail Valley Anglers.  We had a memorable day on the water to say the least - many fish were caught, a beautiful river was experienced, and new bonds were built.  The trip summed up what Trouts Fly Fishing prides ourselves on offering our customers: unparalleled service and unmatched days on the water.  A big thanks to all of our customers who joined us, be sure to check out the...

Hosted Trip on the Piney River - July 20th

By: Jul 02, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Come and experience one of the most scenic and wild trout fisheries in the West.  The Piney River is a 28.2-mile-long tributary of the Colorado River. The Piney flows from high in the Gore Range to the confluence with the Colorado near State Bridge. This gem of a river is home to almost every species of trout in Colorado including brookies, browns, cutthroat, and rainbows...