Trout’s would like to thank Tim Romano for giving a light’s-out fly fishing photography presentation last night. We’d also like to thank all of our customers who showed up, packed the house, and enjoyed the show. If you missed the action, don’t worry – here are 10 things that we learned last night to help you improve your photography technique and strategy. You too can have the skillz to pay the billz...
The telegram from Cody and Gracie was light on details. It read as follows: "Swung fly –(STOP)- Wild Buck –(STOP)- Very shiny -(STOP)-" We’re assuming all is good in BC. For more up-to-date and localized fly fishing information here in Colorado, check out our Fishing Reports Page. Stay tuned for an in depth report from the boys in BC when they return next week.
"The first bonefish tail I saw was unmistakable. It stood straight out of the skinny water – a mighty V shape that wagged in the low morning light. Then… a second tail emerged and quickly flopped over in a swell of nervous water. There was no doubt - we were all alone on the flat and on fish." Here are 10 things to think about if you are contemplating a do-it-yourself trip to location X.
Since we’ve been talking about fishing all over the world this week (and our blogmaster is in Honduras) we figured... “Why not Cuba?” Stay tuned next week for your regularly scheduled Trout’s programming to resume and look forward to a Honduras fly fishing report hot off the press.
The ARRIVAL from Umpqua Films on Vimeo. Every so often we get some new gear in the shop that gets us all excited and "a buzz". The arrival of the new line of packs and bags from Umpqua Feather Merchants was one of those moments. While not anything that is revolutionary to the fly fishing industry, these packs do elevate the level of ingenuity, quality and general appeal that will have other bag manufactures following suit with exciting new offerings. This is the kind of...
We were able to catch up with Cody Hoekelberg as he was stockpiling warm weather gear and MOW tips in preparation for his trip up to BC with steelheading phenom April Vokey for a week on the Fraser River. We talked about the allure of steelhead, the lyrics of “Oh Canada”, and Cody’s strategy to keep warm north of the 49th parallel.
Here’s a great video that shows permit being tagged for research and protection purposes courtesy of our friends at F3T and the folks down at World Angling. For more on permit tagging, check out Project Permit, a conservation project sponsored by Costa Sunglasses. Enjoy.