Do you want to get the feel of a fly rod for the first time and learn the basic mechanics of fly casting? Interested in testing out a Scott A4 7 wt rod before heading out on the Denver South Platte River? Do you want to learn how to double haul, increase your line speed and punch your casts through the wind for more accuracy? Join us for our second edition of Casting & Cocktails. WHEN: MAY 23RD WHERE: WASHINGTON PARK WHAT TIME AND HOW MUCH: 5-7 PM - FREE...
Trout guru Reid Baker heeded the "Carp Month" call and went to the dark side like DARTH VADER. Interested to see what this fish ate?
Trouts Fly Fishing just hit 20,000+ Likes on Facebook - and you now have a chance to save BIG on fly fishing gear and equipment!
Have you been thinking about taking a fly fishing road trip to kick off the spring or summer fly fishing season? The Bighorn River in Montana is one to add to the list of potential front-runners if you don’t mind a big drive, big fish, and sharing some elbow room between the banks. In addition to being stacked with rainbow and brown trout, the Bighorn River is a bug FACTORY.
Do you think you know everything there is to know about the Arkansas River? Here’s a recent spring fly fishing report that might raise your eyebrows.
Photo Reid Baker Fly Fishing – It’s what our guides do on their days off. Reid Baker, our Guide Manager, spent his day off scouting and fishing the section of the South Platte River that flows through Cheesman Canyon. He provided the following report for the Trouts contingent.
Photo: Carp on the Fly “I used to be a respectable angler...now I fly fish for carp.” - John Montana If you have been in the fly fishing carp game – or idly standing on the banks or sidelines watching from afar – the name John Montana should ring a bell. The blog Carp on the Fly should be on your radar screen if it isn't already.