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On-Stream Intermediate Fly Fishing School: July 19th

June 6, 2014
Author: Will Rice

This is a one day fly fishing school that demonstrates the finer points of dry fly fishing and allows students who have some experience to advance their skill level and fine tune their approach.  Our Intermediate Dry Fly Clinic will be held at our WCR Ranch - located on a small tributary of the upper Colorado River, approximately 35 miles in length. The creek rises in northwestern Grand County, in the Arapaho National Forest at the top of the continental divide and flows southeast toward the Colorado River.

South Platte Fly Fishing Report: June

June 5, 2014
Author: Trouts Guide Service

Fishing the South Platte River over the past week and a half has been dynamic.  This past Saturday, we saw a significant increase in flows during our On-Stream Beginner Fly Fishing School.  The river was high when we arrived and we saw it increase throughout the day. The flows near Deckers actually quadrupled over a 24-hour period.  Even with rising water levels, the fishing was still good.

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Flies, Films, and Foam: The Lineup

June 4, 2014
Author: Will Rice

Trouts Fly Fishing and the Fly Fishing Film Tour are excited to announce the lineup of films that have been chosen for our inaugural “Flies, Film and Foam” event being held June 12th from 8-10pm at the Thin Man Tavern.  Without any further ado, here is the lineup...

Casting & Cocktails: Thursday June 26th

June 3, 2014
Author: Will Rice

Photo Courtesy of Adam Barbour

Join Trouts Fly Fishing and St. Croix Fly Rods for Casting & Cocktails Thursday June 26th in Denver's Washington Park.  This is a FREE fly rod casting clinic that will be held from 5-7pm.  Never cast a fly rod before?  No problem.

Out of Office Reply - a kick off to my Key West adventure

May 31, 2014
Author: Tucker Ladd

I felt a certain level of superiority as I sat on the plane awaiting takeoff.  Maybe it was due to the fact I was sitting in first class (a benefit of waiting until the last minute to book your flight, when the price difference between coach and first class is $100), or perhaps is was the fact that I was headed for a 5 day run of tarpon fishing out of Key West.  Ah yes, this is most likely the culprit of my current state of mind. 

Looking around the plane, I feel certain that nobody around me (other than my travel and fishing companion) is destined for the kind of toils and adventures I’m in store for.  It slowly starts to sink in, my office for the next 5 days: extensive ocean flats.  Our targeted prey: large migratory tarpon, resident permit, and maybe the occasional bonefish.  Obligations for the next week: eat, sleep, fish, repeat.

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