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Winter Fly Fishing in Colorado Part I

January 8, 2013
Author: Will Rice

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...

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Calling all carp Aficionados

December 20, 2012
Author: Will Rice

Are you in hibernation mode?  If so... you need to read this. 

Fight the Freeze

December 19, 2012
Author: Will Rice
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Winter Fishing Tactics

December 10, 2012
Author: Will Rice

The snow that fell this past weekend on this mountain pass will be the source of flows for the Blue River and the Colorado River next year.

It feels like we might have finally made the seasonal switch to winter here in Colorado.  It was fun while it lasted, but fishing in short sleeves in December was starting to get a little weird.  Now that we’ve made the turn into the colder months, we’re going to share some solid tactical information to help make your fishing more enjoyable and productive.

Our pals over at Field & Stream’s Fly Talk, Kirk Deeter and Tim Romano, posted this tip on fly line maintenance in the winter.  Sometimes, it can be the little things that stand in between catching fish… and not catching fish.

Winter Flyfishing: Stretch Your Fly Line to Cast Better and Slow Guide Icing

"I've always said that your fly line has as much to do with casting performance as your fly rod does. Even the most deluxe, high-tech graphite wand in the world won't save you if your fly line is chapped, dry, and especially kinked.”

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Go Whitey Go!

November 30, 2012
Author: Will Rice

At Trout’s Fly Fishing, we’re big fans of rooting for the underdog.  Here's a great piece on the much-maligned mountain whitefish by Denver Post's Scott Willoughby.

"Unlike the regal rainbow and fierce brown trout these high-mountain bottom-dwellers share habitat with, whitefish are actually native to Colorado rivers. Mostly they suffer from an image problem."

CLICK HERE for the entire Denver Post Article.

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