Free Trout Unlimited Membership For Women

By: May 28, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Trouts Fly Fishing is a big supporter of Trout Unlimited for a number of reasons.  Why?  Because Trout Unlimited works to protect, conserve and restore Colorado’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds as well as to bring new anglers into the culture of fly fishing and resource conservation. To that end, Trouts would like to help promote a new program that Trout Unlimited has launched to help encourage more women to get involved with TU’s efforts.  Between now and...

Fly Fishing Report: The Fryingpan River

By: May 27, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
The Fryingpan River in late May Late spring is always a dynamic time of year here in Colorado.  From a weather perspective, you never know what you are going to get when you head outdoors – especially up in the mountains.  The good news is that there are almost always great fishing opportunities if you want to find them.  This past weekend I traveled up to the Roaring Fork River Valley.  You know summer is on the way when high mountain roads like Independence Pass...

Happy Memorial Day from Trouts Fly Fishing!

By: May 26, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
We hope everyone is enjoying their holiday weekend. Just a reminder, we are open today from 10am to 7pm to keep you fishing this week. Stop by on your way to your favorite fishing spot.

Straight from the Horse’s Mouth - Gunnison River Flow Update

By: May 25, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
It's never our intention to be the bearer of bad news, remember we're just the messengers.  But with the famed Salmon Fly hatch about to begin in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison River and the Gunnison Gorge, we felt it necessary to keep our customers up to speed on what will be a dramatic increase in flows through these hallowed waters.  From the BLM: ATTENTION BOATERS AND FISHERS: Flows in the Gunnison River through Black Canyon and the Gunnison Gorge are expected to...

Carp Fishing On Denver’s South Platte River

By: May 23, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Cyprinus carpio 10 Things To Know About Fly Fishing For Carp On Denver’s South Platte River If you have been following Trouts Fly Fishing or visited us here at the shop, you know that most of us here are unabashed carp junkies.  Here is a quick list of things you should know about carp and the Denver South Platte River if you decide to take on this challenging species on the fly. 1)    The Denver South Platte River is a section of the larger South Platte River...

May Fly Fishing Education Update

By: May 22, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Trouts would like to thank all of our customers and students who have signed up for our Education Programs this month.  Next week’s “Learn The Basics” class is SOLD OUT and we have one new opening in our On-Stream Beginner Fly Fishing School being held on May 31st (this class was previously sold out but we had a student cancellation).   Other classes and trips to be aware of that are filling up fast:...

Still Water Fly Fishing In Colorado

By: May 21, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Here is another interesting article by Scott Willoughby of the Denver Post about the challenges and rewards of fishing lakes and reservoirs here in Colorado.  “With runoff upon us and Colorado's river on the rise, area anglers are turning their attention to the lakes and reservoirs to get their fishing fix. Not that they ever turn too far away.” – Scott Willoughby and the Denver Post. Stay tuned to Trouts Fly Fishing over the next few weeks as we highlight...

May Fishing Report: Bear Creek

By: May 20, 2014 | Author: Kevin Cooke
Flows are currently rising on bear creek with current flows above 115.  When I started fishing the creek on Sunday the water was at 100 cfs around 3:00 PM and slowly dropped to 94 cfs as I was leaving around 7:00 PM. Water clarity was a little murky when I first started but appeared to improve as the afternoon continued. For the latest bear creek flows: click here The fishing was slow but I was able to catch quite a few sticks as I adjusted my weight. My only bite of the day...