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South Platte River Report

October 28, 2013
Author: Will Rice

The Denver South Platte in mid October after the big rain event - big and off color

Scott Willoughby, from the Denver Post, always has interesting local outdoor stories to share.  This one isn’t a fly fishing story specifically, but it should be of interest to anyone who wades the South Platte River.

“While exploring the changed river bottom, I started across a small side channel with several inches of flowing water. I have sunk into what I call "quicksand" along the river many times in the past, but never more than knee deep. So I thought little of it when my first few steps across the channel sunk several inches into watery sand and gravel. I took a few more steps, and suddenly dropped!”

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Have you ever been surprised by a bonefish?

October 24, 2013
Author: Will Rice

Photo By Tosh Brown

Prep time for our hosted fly fishing trip to the Andros South Lodge has already begun.  For now, it is mental preparation and getting ready again to face-down BIG bonefish in SKINNY water.  If you have never had the opportunity to experience the speed, power, and prowess of a Bahamian bonefish, here’s a great thread and conversation about fly fishing for bonefish to check out over on the Deneki site.

Fly Fishing South Andros Island March 2014

October 16, 2013
Author: Will Rice

Wading for Bonefish

Trouts Fly Fishing Hosted Trip March 15-22, 2014

Andros South – Deneki Outdoors

Seven (7) Nights/Six (6) Days of Fishing

Join Trouts Fly Fishing and Will Rice on a hosted trip to one of the most prolific bonefish fisheries in the world between March 15th-22nd, 2014. Located just 150 miles southeast of Miami, Andros Island is the largest island in the Bahamas chain - yet it remains the most unpopulated and underdeveloped. In addition to just being an amazing fishery – Andros Island is rich in fly fishing history and tradition.

Fall Trout Tactics

October 10, 2013
Author: Will Rice

Here is a really well written piece by Dave Karczynski on fall fly fishing tactics we found over at midcurrent.com.  Dave Karcynski has written for The Flyfish Journal and Fly Rod & Reel in the past.  Midcurrent is a great fly fishing resource for all things fishing related including tips, techniques, videos, art, photography, gear, books, and expert advice for fresh and saltwater fly fishing.  This piece has some insightful information on different techniques that can be useful as you plan your fall fly fishing trips.

Good News For Colorado Rivers

October 9, 2013
Author: Will Rice

The Denver Post just published this article about a few of the recent flood ravaged rivers in Colorado and included great input from experts at the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife.  This looks like pretty positive news for the fly fishing community.  CLICK HERE for the full Denver Post article by Tom Boyd. 

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