Fly Fishing Report: The Skeena System and Steelhead on the Swing

By: Oct 15, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Trouts Guide Service Manager Reid Baker just made it back from Northwest British Columbia targeting summer run steelhead on the Skeena River System. One of the few remaining completely wild steelhead fisheries, this region is known as one of the best places to target these anadramous fish as they make their way back into the river for their spring spawning. Though there are no shortage of world renowned lodges and outfitters in the area, Reid opted for a do-it-yourself experience,...

Denver WAYPOINTS Tickets - On Sale Now!

By: Oct 11, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Trouts Fly Fishing is proud to present the NEW Confluence Films movie project, WAYPOINTS, scheduled for national and international release on November 8, 2013.  Tickets are now on sale here at the shop and at our online store.  In addition to the General Admission Tickets to the show, Trouts has released twenty-five (25) VIP Tickets to the public with all proceeds being donated to the Defend the Upper Colorado River Coalition.

Fall Trout Tactics

By: Oct 10, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Here is a really well written piece by Dave Karczynski on fall fly fishing tactics we found over at midcurrent.com.  Dave Karcynski has written for The Flyfish Journal and Fly Rod & Reel in the past.  Midcurrent is a great fly fishing resource for all things fishing related including tips, techniques, videos, art, photography, gear, books, and expert advice for fresh and saltwater fly fishing.  This piece has some insightful information on different techniques that can be...

Good News For Colorado Rivers

By: Oct 09, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
The Denver Post just published this article about a few of the recent flood ravaged rivers in Colorado and included great input from experts at the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife.  This looks like pretty positive news for the fly fishing community.  CLICK HERE for the full Denver Post article by Tom Boyd. 

Winter Fly Fishing In Colorado

By: Oct 08, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Winter fly fishing is going to be here before you know it. Start your Colorado research and planning right now.  Join Trouts Fly Fishing for another unique event here at the shop on Thursday October 24th and learn how to fly fish in the winter from an expert.  Reid Baker, Guide Manager here at Trouts Guide Service will discuss strategies, tactics and specific rivers that you can fish in the winter (6-7pm here at the shop).  Learn about basic fish behavior, fly patterns and fly...

On-Stream Beginner Fly Fishing School - October 20th

By: Oct 07, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Join Trouts Fly Fishing and Guide Service for our final On-Stream Beginner Fly Fishing School on Sunday October 20th.  $195 per person (class size limited to six anglers)  This is a one-day fishing class held on one of our famous private properties. Students will learn the basics of fly fishing including casting, reading water, entomology, and fly selection. This class includes day use of: waders and boots if needed, rod & reel, tippet, flies. Trouts Guide Service also includes...

Fly Fishing Report: Deckers and Cheesman Canyon October 4th

By: Oct 05, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Fall fly fishing has finally arrived in Colorado!  With the recent rain event behind us, it is great to see a more regular weather pattern developing here in the Front Range.  The flows on the main stem of the South Platte River were all over the place in September - yet the river fished extremely well.  Flows were as low as 50 and as high as 300+ and the river has settled down to 154 out of Cheesman Reservoir through the Deckers area.  The water clarity right now is...

Special Update On The Dream Stream

By: Oct 04, 2013 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Below is an update from the Division of Wildlife regarding the stream flows between Spinney and Eleven Mile Reservoir.  This is the Charlie Meyers State Wildlife Area (AKA "The Dream Stream").  At the time of this publication (10/4/13), this section of the South Platte River was running at 34.3 CFS well below historic averages.  To track real-time stream flow on this section of river CLICK HERE. AURORA WATER'S FLOW REDUCTION OUT OF SPINNEY COULD AFFECT FISHING AURORA,...