Trip Report: Ascension Bay

By: Nov 27, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
"The permit was about 50 feet in front of me and I was lucky enough to have a moderate wind at my back.  He was moving in my direction – the opportunity was as perfect as I could hope for.  My first cast was short but the permit didn’t spook.  My second cast was surprisingly on target.  As the permit got closer in his methodical search for crabs I gave my bug a short strip and then another.  I caught his attention and he moved toward my fly..."

Shop Small and Save Big This Weekend!

By: Nov 21, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
We know that you are probably getting bombarded with promotions right about now so we'll get right to the point.    You are a huge reason Trout's Fly Fishing is the premier fly fishing outfitter of the Rocky Mountain West. As a token of our thanks and appreciation, we want to share these in-shop and online seasonal specials with you...  

Two Great Fly Fishing Events You Should Attend!

By: Nov 20, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Do you want to get more engaged with fly fishing, conservation and improving fish habitat in Colorado?  Denver Trout Unlimited is your go-to organization if you want to get involved in making a difference close to home here in Denver.  Are you more interested in promoting native fish? The Greenbacks are a group of young and passionate anglers that are hoping to make conservation fun and engaging while promoting and protecting cold-water fisheries. Interested in both?  Here...

Don’t Forget About Small Business Saturday - November 24th!

By: Nov 19, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Small Business Saturday - Stop into Trout's Fly Fishing on Saturday November 24th, make a purchase over $100 and you will earn a $25 Trout's gift card that you can use with your next purchase.  In addition to this, if you make a $25 purchase with an American Express Card on November 24th that has been registered with the Small Business Saturday Program, you'll receive $25 credit on your next American Express Statement.  Don't forget to enroll your American Express...

Fly Tying and Travel

By: Nov 19, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Q: How can you take your next destination fly fishing trip to the next level? A: Learn to tie your own flies. Tying flies is not necessarily easy – but it certainly isn’t rocket science. Like most things involved in fly fishing, you can make tying just about as simple or as complex as you want.  One way to really change your approach to a destination fly fishing trip – and perhaps increase the challenge and ultimately your level of satisfaction – is to tie your...

This Week’s Winner

By: Nov 16, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Our “Best of 2012” Photo Contest is officially el fuego. Interested to see who won a Rio Grand weight forward fly line this week?  Make the jump to see how you can get in on the action. 

Be Careful Out There

By: Nov 14, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
We spend a lot of time talking to customers about traveling, fly fishing and adventure - not necessarily in that order.  One thing we always try to discuss is the importance of planning and taking the proper safety precautions.  Bad things rarely happen, but when they do it is critically important to be prepared - especially if you are in a remote location.  Here is a story by Jim Klug from Yellow Dog Fly Fishing that painfully proves this point. "As someone who literally...

Adventure Travel and Fly Fishing: Part II

By: Nov 12, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
If you are planning a do-it-yourself-trip and leaving the borders of the United States, planning and research is essential.  The internet can be a great place to begin your research and perhaps one of the timeliest sources of data.  Figuring out the right questions about adventure travel is the easy part.  Seeking out the right answers from a credible source is the challenge.  It’s just like putting together the pieces to an intricate puzzle – but first you have...