Trout’s Spotlight: Geoff Mueller Categories: 19

By: Oct 09, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Photo: Kat Yarbrough Geoff Mueller is the former managing editor of Fly Fisherman Magazine and currently senior editor at The Drake Magazine and a contributing editor at Angling Trade Magazine. A few weeks back Trout's Fly Fishing was lucky enough to recruit Geoff as an assistant burger flipper for our Customer Appreciation Day.  If you didn't get a chance to catch up with him at our event you are in luck - we were able to spend a few minutes with Geoff after the grill...

Scouts and Trout’s Categories: 2320

By: Oct 05, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
This is why we why we volunteer.  

Fall Road Trip: the Green Categories: 2218

By: Oct 04, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Photo: Tim Romano Who is ready for one last road trip this fall?  The Green River below Flaming Gorge Dam is one of the most renowned fisheries in the United States. Located in northeast Utah, this section of the river has 30 miles of solid floating water as well as sections to wade fish.

Simms Special Release Categories: 2120

By: Oct 03, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Step right up and get your oven fresh 2013 Simms Gear... wicked early.

October Customer Events - You’re Invited! Categories: 23

By: Oct 02, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Trout’s Fly Fishing has a great line up of customer events and content for October. Check it out!

Gear Review: Sage ONE Spey Categories: 21

By: Oct 01, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Greg Thomas from Angler’s Tonic and Fly Rod & Reel gives us a fresh-from-the-water-gear-review from Canada’s Gaspe Peninsula. Greg was able to field test the Sage ONE spey rod.   “I’m not a great Spey caster. Some days I have it going and other days I don’t. In fact, my talents seem to change by the hour—one moment I’ll be in control, not forcing the issue, taking time for the D loop to form and launching rockets;...

Big Bugs and Fall Fishing Categories: 2322

By: Sep 28, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
The weather is changing.  We know it.  You know it.  The fish know it.  Here are a dozen reasons we like traveling and fishing big bugs in the fall.