Trouts would like to thank all of our customers who signed up for our Hosted Trip to the Rio Grande River. This trip is officially sold out! If you missed out on this one, you can still sign up for our next hosted trip to the Rawah Ranch scheduled for July 11th-13th.
Destination travel is a very big interest for a lot of our customers here at Trouts Fly Fishing. We have some extremely seasoned anglers who spend a significant of time each year researching new destinations and returning to amazing fisheries across the globe. We also have a number of clients who are looking to branch out for the first time. From steelhead in the Pacific Northwest, redfish in Louisiana to chasing bonefish, permit and tarpon in the Caribbean, there is no...
Here’s the deal: stop into Trouts Fly Fishing between April 26th and May 4th to cast an Orvis Helios 2 fly rod and you’ll get entered to win a trip to Belize, a pair of Silver Sonic Waders or a Guide Sling Pack. Sound pretty simple? It is. The challenge begins today and we have plenty of H2s in stock to cast.
Mother’s Day is super special and it is right around the corner. With the days ticking down toward Sunday May 11th, if you are still trying to figure out what to get your mom or wife, Trouts has put together a Mother’s Day Gear Guide to make it easy.
If you are not familiar with Scott Fly Rods out of Montrose Colorado or have never cast a Scott rod before, this is a great video that will give you insight into what they are all about. To meet some of the folks from Scott and to test cast the entire line of fly rods, stop by our Casting & Cocktails event tonight – April 24th - at Washington Park from 5-7pm. We’ll be at the South East corner of the park, the closest cross streets being Louisana and Gilpin. This...
Join our pals at Denver Trout Unlimited as they clean up the South Platte River here in Denver this Saturday April 26th at 7:00am. Bring your boots, waders, and a sturdy pair of work gloves. They will be cleaning up trash and debris both from the river bank and from the river bottom where it is possible. Here’s the DTU game plan for Saturday morning.
The main stem of the South Platte River continues to fish extremely well. The stream flows from below Cheesman Canyon have been fluctuating but the fishing has been consistent. Trouts Guide Service has been out on the water quite a bit throughout the month of April and the early spring conditions have been great. Here is a quick account from a few of our recent client trips.