“I think this partnership represents the best of the best, in that Trout’s is one of America’s finest fly shops, and Freestone Outfitters has some of the most savvy fly guides I’ve ever fished with,” said Kirk Deeter, an editor-at-large with Field & Stream magazine, and editor of TROUT, the national publication of Trout Unlimited. “This is a blockbuster deal that puts Trout’s in its own league in one of the ‘fishiest’ areas of the...
“I was always a fan of the Sage 389 LL – it became a cult classic. When I first cast the CIRCA my first impression was ‘WOW… this is just like a LL… but lighter.” - Michael Gracie/Fly Rod Junkie
It seems that the balmy days of late November and early December are all but a warm memory. January is here and it is time to start thinking about your winter fly fishing strategies. This is Part I in a three part series...
We’re going to wrap up our 2012 Year In Review photo essay. Here are some shots from the second half of the year. Thank you again for participating in our in shop programs, our online contests, and your continued patronage and support. We’re really looking forward to an exciting year in 2013.
Trout’s Fly Fishing is stoked to once again be your ticket headquarters for the 2013 Fly Fishing Film Tour for both the 5:00pm and 8:00pm show at the Oriental Theater. Trout’s Fly Fishing, Costa Sunglasses and the F3T are taking it to a new level this year. We have commandeered a “Land Yacht” and have twenty (20) VIP F3T Tickets for those of you who want to roll to this year’s show in style.
Happy New Year! Trout’s would like to thank you all one last time for your continued support and patronage. We have a ton on tap for the month of January so stay tuned. Before we get going on 2013, we’ll take another look back at 2012. Next up in our year in review: May, June, and July.
Here is our third installment. Up on deck: May and June.
We've put together a photo series to review some of the great times we – and our customers - had last year and to check out some of the amazing water we were able to fish. Up at bat: March, April, and May