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Fly Fishing Report: Via The Denver Post

August 21, 2013
Author: Will Rice


If you want to check out a great article about fly fishing on the South Platte River in Denver, Scott Willoughby from the Denver Post knocks this one out of the park. With Denver Trout Unlimited’s Carp Slam Tournament and Evening for the South Platte fund raising event right around the corner, this article goes a long way to help raise awareness for our local waterway and fishery.  If you want to see the type of uphill battle the Denver South Platte River has to fight, just take a look at some of the comments people are posting. 

Trouts Fly Fishing Is Hiring: Full Time Sales Associate

August 14, 2013
Author: Will Rice

Trouts Fly Fishing is looking for a Full-Time Sales Associate to join our dynamic team of fly fishing subject matter experts. The Full-Time Sales Associate position at Trouts Fly Fishing requires a passion for the fly fishing lifestyle and an outgoing personality that takes initiative, has integrity and is committed to world class customer service.

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Northern Pike In The Upper Colorado River?

August 13, 2013
Author: Will Rice

It looks like this story might have some teethe.  Read the entire fly fishing report and the danger this species represents to the Colorado River drainage by Scott Willoughby in the Denver Post

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2013 Drake Video Awards

August 8, 2013
Author: Will Rice

When the staff at Trouts Fly Fishing attended the IFTD show in Las Vegas we were able to catch the Drake Magazine’s 2013 Video Awards.  There was new stuff… old stuff… and most importantly, videos that you voted on. 

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More Good News for the Arkansas River

August 7, 2013
Author: Will Rice

(Photo: Scott Willoughby, The Denver Post)

Scott Willoughby from the Denver Post has written about another great river conservation/rehabilitation success story here in Colorado.  Here’s a sound bite:

“Perhaps the most remarkable thing about stream restoration is its immediacy. Take the pollution out of the river and fish can survive. Add some structure, dig out a few pools, shore up eroding banks, and the fish move into the improved habitat almost instantaneously. It happened last spring on the South Platte at Carson Nature Center. And it happened on the Arkansas last week.”

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