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Nautilus Reel Video

March 31, 2014
Author: Will Rice

Our pals over at Gink And Gasoline and Nautilus Reels put together this time-lapse video of a reel being constructed.  We spend quite a bit of time talking to our customers about machined aluminum reels that are designed, manufactured and tested right here in the United States.  This video is a great example of how it is done.

Trouts Hosted Trip: The Rio Grande River - June 13th-17th

March 28, 2014
Author: Will Rice

Join Trouts Fly Fishing and Tucker Ladd and explore one of the most underrated and unique trout fisheries in the state of Colorado.  Only TWO SPOTS LEFT!

The San Luis Valley is Colorado’s largest mountain valley and the Rio Grande River is one of our state’s best-kept secrets. The window to float the Rio Grande is small and we’re going with guides who know this river like the back of their hands. If you have never had the chance to experience the Rio Grande by raft you do not want to miss this unique fly fishing opportunity.

For The Fly Fishing Carp Junkies

March 27, 2014
Author: Will Rice

Photo Courtesy of Tim Romano

I’ll have to admit, when I first got wind of this story from the Field & Stream Fly Talk crew I was a bit suspect.  Then… I saw the video.

Trouts Hosted Trip: The Rawah Ranch - July 11th-13th

March 26, 2014
Author: Will Rice

Trouts Fly Fishing will be hosting a fly fishing trip for six (6) clients to the Rawah Ranch. Named for the rugged and majestic snow-capped peaks that rise above it and the untouched wilderness that surrounds it, Northern Colorado's Historic Rawah Ranch is located in one of the west's most scenic and unspoiled valleys in North America. The five species that you can have a shot at hooking include rainbow, brown, brook, and cutthroat trout as well as grayling.

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Andros South Lodge Fly Fishing Report

March 25, 2014
Author: Will Rice

My eyes had to adjust to what I was looking at.  I hadn’t seen anything like it in almost 10 years.  The large mass of grey/brown color could easily be mistaken for a patch of Caribbean turtle grass or coral… but it wasn’t turtle grass or coral.  It was a massive school of Bahamian bonefish. 

“You see how those fish are starting to move to the left,” said Sparkles, our guide from the Andros South Lodge.  “Show me the cast – eleven o’clock… 50 ft.  Make the cast.”

Lucas was on the front of the boat and did as he was told – he didn’t say a word.

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