Terra Firma

By: Sep 21, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
"I’m pretty sure that if the fish took me all the way out to where my dacron backing meets the spool, it would have been game over."

Dog on the Blog!

By: Sep 19, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
It is election season and it is important to get out and vote.  We ran a casting call on Facebook a few weeks back to round up a few die hard fishing dogs. It was tough to narrow the field, but here are the twelve pups we really liked.  Don't forget to vote for your favorite dog here on the blog between now and September 26th... the winner will score a Trout's Fly Fishing t-shirt.

Casting & Cocktails, Thursday September 20 in Washington Park

By: Sep 14, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd

Trout’s Spotlight: Alex Landeen

By: Sep 11, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
(Trout's Fly Fishing's very own Rick Mikesell with a LA red - photo by Alex Landeen) Phenom - [fee-nom, fi-nom]  noun; Slang - a phenomenon, especially a young prodigy.  Trout's Fly Fishing has been a big fan of Alex Landeen's work for a few years now. 

September Customer Events

By: Sep 06, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
This is a must read party people.

Gear Head: Tucker Ladd

By: Sep 04, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Gear Head Quote of the Week: "When I got into this business I told myself that my work would by no means affect my fishing.  That lasted for about a week." - Tucker Ladd

Redington Review

By: Aug 31, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Here is the scoop on the Redington/Rio Summer Vacation package.

Road Trip: the San Juan

By: Aug 29, 2012 | Author: Tucker Ladd
Photo by Adam Barbour The San Juan River is one of the most prolific tailwater fisheries in the West and is located roughly seven hours from downtown Denver. The fish are big and plentiful. The waters below the Navajo Dam spawn abundant flora, which in turn creates a fine environment for insect life, which then supports one of the most consistent trout populations in any large river, both in terms of quantity and average fish size.