Shop By Category

Fly Fishing North Park and The Rawah Ranch

May 6, 2014
Author: Will Rice

Pat Timmins, owner of the Rawah Ranch, will give a special presentation at Trouts Fly Fishing on Thursday May 15th from 6-7pm.  Pat will be talking about the North Park area of Colorado and the Big Laramie River.  Perched in the Colorado Rockies at 8,400 feet, the ranch is also the location of our Hosted trip that is coming up in July and is home to two miles of the legendary Big Laramie RiverThe Big Laramie meanders carelessly right through the middle of their property, offering anglers of all ages and abilities unbelievable fly fishing opportunities.

Posted in Customer Events |   0 Comments

The Roaring Fork River – My First Float Trip

May 5, 2014
Author: Kevin Cooke

Quick Overview:

Date: 5/4/2014, 11:00 am – 5:30 pm

Roaring Fork River @ 700 cfs

Rods: Sage One 905-4

Reels: Sage 4250

Guide: Kyle Holt, Taylor Creek Fly Shops

Flies: Brown Chenille Worms and Prince Nymphs

Posted in |   0 Comments

How To Build A Rocky Mountain Nymph Rig

May 5, 2014
Author: Will Rice

We spend a lot of time talking to customers and clients about fly fishing equipment, gear, local entomology and on the water tactics.  Another important component we discuss is rigging.  Here in Colorado, we are lucky to have the opportunity to fish for trout and other species in a number of different styles.  When the hatch is on and fish are rising, we love to throw dry flies on the surface. When fish do not seem as interested in the upper echelon of the water column, sometimes it is a good idea to probe deeper.  One rigging option to think about is the double nymph rig.

Posted in Education |   0 Comments

Spring Fly Fishing: The Warm Water Report

May 2, 2014
Author: Rick Mikesell

With temperatures in the 70's & 80's over the past few weeks, Colorado’s Warm Water fisheries are coming alive. As water temps warm, Bass, Pike & Carp, are moving into the shallows to feed on the newfound abundance of spring, creating unique sight fishing opportunities for the fly fisher. As spring further asserts herself, these fisheries will only continue to improve, and conveniently provided some excellent alternatives to the increasingly turbid, runoff trout waters. This Late April we have had some excellent fishing across the front range, from the south eastern extreme of the state, to the very immediate metro area, a we only expect it to get better......

The Things They Carried: Whipray Caye Belize

May 1, 2014
Author: Will Rice

When Tucker gave us our 2014 Destination Travel marching orders I immediately thought about one thing: permit.  As anyone who has been in the shop or has read our blog over the last year knows, I’ve been trying unsuccessfully to land a permit for quite some time.  Permit fishing is a high stakes game – big risk with a big reward and a lot of variables to think about. With my mind made up about the target species, the next question became where and when and with who.  The first phone call I made was to Jim Klug at Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures.

Posted in SpotlightTravel |   0 Comments
Page 11 of 159 « First  <  9 10 11 12 13 >  Last »