Gear Review: Simms AlumiBite Star Cleat Categories: 21
So while the snow, sleet, rain, hail, etc. etc. continues to fall here in Colorado and your thoughts meander toward gear and fly fishing this weekend, check out this review about AlumiBite Star Cleats by Michael Gracie. If you have been thinking about alternatives to felt bottomed boots, this gear review should answer your questions.
Colorado Snowpack Update - It Just Keeps Getting Better Categories: 2320
Pick your idiom: it ain’t over till it’s over, it isn’t over till the fat lady sings, don’t count your chicken until they’re hatched. No matter which saying you prefer, these are all great ways to describe the roller coaster spring weather we are experiencing in Colorado, and how it will ultimately affect our 2013 Snowpack and summer fishing season. As noted by Scott Willoughby of the Denver Post, thanks to the recent bout of wintery weather, our statewide...
Roaring Fork River Fly Fishing Report: April 16th Categories: 22
AKA: The Calm Before the Storm.
How Was Fishing This Weekend? – April 15th Edition Categories: 23
We asked for the question… again. Our customers delivered the goods. Now, you get to vote. Here is what we found in Monday’s mailbag...
You Remember Tim Romano? Categories: 1920
Photo: Tim Romano Tim Romano just got back from a fly fishing tarpon mission in the Florida Keys and Miami – to call his fishing report and slide show epic… is an understatement. “My trip to Key West last week was a nutty one: two rods broken, three falls by one guy off the bow, a destroyed rental car, night fishing for tarpon, and a few new species in the bag.”
Arkansas River Fly Fishing Report: April 12, 2013 Categories: 22
Based on the Arkansas River report from April 6th, a return trip was required. This time we decided to try a new section of the river and fished the lower Ark between Cañon City and Cotopaxi. The weather was about the same – chilly with moderate and sporadic wind... and then the hatch WENT OFF.
Product Spotlight: The Smethurst Stone Bomb Categories: 19
Here is what Adam Trina, Owner of the Montana Fly Company has to say about the Bomb Squad patterns: “Most nymph patterns on the market were either no-bead patterns or single-bead patterns, and most of the single-bead patterns were brass, not Tungsten,” said Trina. “The majority of Frank’s Bomb patterns have 2 Tungsten beads, and are designed to ride hook up, allowing the angler to use them as their lead fly, right on the bottom, minimizing the need for split...