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Decisions, Decisions…

January 19, 2010
Author: Trouts Staff

As most of you are aware, there are quite a few companies out there that have manufactured wonderful gear to help improve your fly fishing experience. Perhaps one of the most daunting decisions an angler can make is selecting a new fly rod. This week I would like to offer some insight on how one can go about choosing the perfect rod for their needs. Whether you chase redfish in the marshes south of New Orleans or stalk wary trout along the banks of the South Platte, we hope you absorb some useful information for when you make your next big decision.

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Trout’s Logo Hat Contest | Entry #2

December 22, 2009
Author: Trouts Staff

Tracy Wenman and a nice Kulik River Chum Salmon

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Announcing the TROUT’S LOGO HAT Contest

December 21, 2009
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Take the ABEL Reel Challenge!!!

December 16, 2009
Author: Trouts Staff
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Trip Report | Rio Grande River - South Fork, CO

October 21, 2009
Author: Trouts Staff

About a month or so back, I got a call from the Rio Grande Club wondering if I would be interested in coming down to their property in South Fork, CO for a weekend of fishing, dining, and all around good times.  Never having heard of this club, I got online and did a little recon to learn thrio-grande-in-fallat although primarily a golf club, they also have over 1 mile of private access on the Rio Grande.  Never one to shy away from a weekend of fishing, especially on private water, I obliged their invitation and started packing my bags.

It has been quite some time since I fished an entirely new river, so I was anxiously anticipating the trip and hoping that the river and weather conditions would play out in my favor.  Lucky for me a weather check the Thursday before departure forecast warm temperatures and sunny skies, ideal fishing conditions for late October.  A four hour drive Friday afternoon brought us to South Fork around dusk, so there was just enough time to unload the car and take a walk down to the water to check out the surroundings.  Having never seen the Rio Grande, my initial impression left me excited for the following day, as well as curious as to how I had managed to fish for this long and never made it down to this legendary stream.  It seemed to have a perfect gradient, not too fast or too small, and although the flows were low, there was still ample holding water for the fish.  Being predominantly a brown trout fishery, I knew that there wouldn’t be an abundant number of fish per mile, but those that were there would be healthy and potentially BIG.

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