We were able to spend four days in mid April fly fishing in different areas of the Roaring Fork River Valley. For two days, we floated the lower Roaring Fork between the town of Basalt and the Colorado River. We also had the chance to walk/wade the 'Fork above Basalt and had a great time fishing the lower section of Fryingpan River. We hope you enjoy this fly fishing report and photo essay that captures the high points, low points and hijinks of this dynamic...
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Designed to expand fly tier’s ability to create effective streamer patterns with the sole purpose of catching BIG fish. In this class you will learn specific techniques including articulation, spinning deer hair, and other methods designed to maximize movement of advanced streamers. 1 Night Only - $50/Person (class size is limited)
It might be snowing today but May is going to be HOT! Trouts Fly Fishing has a dynamite line up of special customer events and educational opportunities during the month of May. Here is a summary of what you’ll see and the classes we are offering. Our classes are kept small and sell out quickly so if there is something you are interested in, please call to reserve a seat.
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. Trout's Guide Service also includes lunch, on-stream river guides/instructors, and a chance to hook beautiful Colorado rainbow and brown trout. Class size is limited and we only have a few seats left - sign up...
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