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Big Sky Rod Box - how are they made

July 27, 2014
Author: Tucker Ladd

Part of being an industry leading fly shop means finding unique products for our customers both near and far.  We work tirelessly finding goods that will enhance your angling experience, or maybe just make your time on the water a little bit better.  For years anglers have been asking for a safe and effective way to transport their rods on their vehicles.  While a few options did come to market, none met our standards of quality, durability and value.  In late 2013 I stumbled upon a product I knew was going to be a big hit, one that was going to fulfill the needs of our customers once and for all, the Big Sky Rod Box.  Made from 18 guage high grade aluminum, every Big Sky Rod Box is proudly made in Bozeman, MT and is the most durable and functional fly rod carrier on the market today.  Trouts Fly Fishing is the exclusive Colorado Dealer of Big Sky Rod Boxes, you can check them out online, or come by our Denver location to see why these are a must have piece of gear for any traveling fly angler. 

Trouts Does Tenkara

July 3, 2014
Author: Will Rice

At Trouts Fly Fishing we are always ready to try new things and to introduce our customers to innovative fishing techniques and equipment.  For some time now, Tenkara fishing has been a captivating style of fly fishing.  There is no doubt that the simplicity of Tenkara has a place here in Western fisheries.

In effort to explore this style of fishing and introduce our clients, Trouts is pleased to announce that we are now a Tenkara USA dealer.  We now have a wide variety of rods and fly lines here in the shop and available at our online store.

Trouts Hosted Trip at the Rowdy Trout Ranch

July 3, 2014
Author: Trouts Guide Service

Trouts Fly Fishing and Guide Service is happy to announce our first ever Hosted Trip to the famed Rowdy Trout Ranch.  With flows on the North Fork of the South Platte River subsiding, don't miss out on this rare opportunity to fish this amazing piece of private property.

  • Who:  Trouts Guide Service and 4 Lucky Anglers
  • WhenJuly 12, 2014
  • What:  a fully guided day at Rowdy Trout Ranch
  • Where:  Rowdy Trout Ranch
  • Cost:  $297.50/person
  • Details:  space is limited to 4 anglers (2 anglers/guide).  Cost includes everything except your fishing license, and any gratuity for the guides at the conclusion of the day.  Lunch and drinks are provided and special requests can certainly be met.  The trip will go out rain or shine.
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New Product Spotlight: Scott SC Cane Bamboo Fly Rod

June 6, 2014
Author: Will Rice

You need to see this to believe it.  Trouts Fly Fishing is proud to announce that we have received one of the only Scott SC Cane Bamboo Fly Rods that exist on the planet.  This is absolutely a unique rod for us and is radically different from other bamboo fly rods in the market.  Here is how Rick Mikesell put it after casting the SC this morning:

"This rod is radically different from other cane offerings out there, and after casting it I can see it is one of the few bamboo rods I have touched that is truly a fishing tool in the modern sense," said Mikesell.  “These rods are handmade by Naoki Hashimoto, who is the current star of Japanese Bamboo rod building. Every thing on the rod is handmade aside from the guides – handmade ferrules, cork, insert, all componentry - ven the rod sock is hand sewn by Hashimoto out of Kimono Cloth . Hashimoto’s focus on these rods is to create truly fishable bamboo.”

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Trouts Spotlight: Defend The Colorado River

May 30, 2014
Author: Will Rice

The Upper Colorado River - Photo Courtesy of Colorado Trout Unlimited

Trouts Fly Fishing has been a supporter of Colorado Trout Unlimited and the work they do in the name of healthy rivers for many years now.  Rick Matsumoto is the President of Colorado Trout Unlimited, the lead conservation organization for Defend the Colorado. We caught up with Rick to talk in-depth about the threats to the Upper Colorado River and what’s being done to defend against those threats.

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