February Fly Fishing Report: Playing Hooky

By: Feb 21, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
hook·y - [hook-ee]  - noun - Unjustifiable absence from school, work, etc. (usually used in the phrase play hooky): "On the first warm spring day, the boys played hooky from school to go fishing." – www.dictionary.com It is tough to call it hooky when the boss joins you on the river for a day of fly fishing on a Tuesday in February.  But still… it felt a lot like hooky.

New Product Spotlight: Simms G3 Guide Stockingfoot Wader

By: Feb 20, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
As we continue to move toward prime-time fly fishing season here in Colorado, we will continue to showcase the new products that have caught our attention. Next up, the new Simms G3 Guide Stockingfoot Waders.

Barracuda Rig Step Three: The Non-Slip Loop Knot

By: Feb 17, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
The last knot that we are going to tie in our barracuda rig is the non-slip loop knot. This is a great knot to learn if you plan want to connect your fly with nylon, fluorocarbon or wire bite tippet and if you are looking to give your fly a lot of natural action in the water.  The non-slip lip loop knot is a fast and efficient way to tie a knot that can be used in many different salt and fresh water situations.

Closed For Renovations February 17th-19th

By: Feb 15, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Trouts Fly Fishing has had a great run here at 1303 East 6th Avenue since 2007, but it is now time to make a few upgrades.  Trouts will be closed February 17, 18, and 19th for some shop improvements and renovations.  Please bear with us during this time as we feel that you will really enjoy the improvements we make here at the shop.  In the meantime, check out great gear and equipment on our online store. We'll be back open for business on Thursday February 20th at 10:00am.

Barracuda Rig Step Two: The Albright Knot

By: Feb 13, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
The Albright knot is a great knot to learn if you plan on tying a custom leader using materials of varied test and tensile strength. We’ll cover the Albright knot in five easy steps.

Barracuda Rig Step One: The Perfection Loop

By: Feb 12, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
When welded loops became common place on the terminal section of most premium fly lines, the perfection loop went from being a rather obscure knot, to one that is a must have for fly anglers of all skill levels.  

Fly Tying Class - Two Spots Left!

By: Feb 11, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
We have to spots left for our Colorado Classics Fly Tying Class tomorrow night, Wednesday February 12.  The class will be held from 5:00pm-7:00pm here in the shop.   If you are looking to learn basic fly patterns and hopefully expand your knowledge of fly tying down the road, this is a great class to get you started. 

The Trouts Contingent: Getting After It

By: Feb 10, 2014 | Author: Tucker Ladd
It is great to see and hear from our customers after their fly fishing trips.  One of our big goals at Trouts Fly Fishing is to share what we know and our expertise so our clients can maximize their time on the water.  Here’s is the latest customer fly fishing report, photo and shout-out we received: “Thank you guys for all the help! Anyone out there that wants to catch big fish...come to Trouts!!!!! They will hook you up with knowledge!!!”– Bryan H,...