Author: Will Rice
Confluence Films just released the new film trailer for their fourth feature-length film “Waypoints.” Trouts Fly Fishing will be sponsoring and co-presenting the premiere of this much anticipated fly fishing film at the Oriental Theater in Denver on November 8th, 2013. Tickets are ON SALE NOW.
This film has been in the making for almost two years. We’ll see the Confluence crew travel and fish St. Brandon’s Atoll in the Indian Ocean, the jungles of Venezuela, Chile, in India and Nepal for Golden Mahseer, and in Southeast Alaska for spring steelhead. If you have been a fan of Drift, Rise and Connect like we have, this new film project is not going to be one that you want to miss.
With water temperatures rising in the across the state of Colorado, it is important to take extra precautions when making decisions where and when to fish. Colorado Trout Unlimited just released a request asking for volunteer fishing closures on rivers that are especially hard hit by the recent drought conditions.
If you are looking for some great fly fishing ideas for the remainder of the summer, here is a list of options to consider.
Do you want to see some big, bright fish on the move in clear water? We’ve wasted a quite a bit of time checking out these sockeye salmon from this live underwater web cam located in Steep Creek, not far from Juneau Alaska. If you don’t see any fish at first…. Just wait for ‘em.
The WCR Ranch is 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. The WCR Ranch is home to Lodgepole and Ponderosa Pines, Douglas-Firs, and Aspen stands. The creek itself meanders through a wide-open meadow closely cropped with willows, cut banks, and a variety of alpine wildflowers. Surrounding the creek are majestic peaks that reach elevations of 12,000ft and higher. The WCR Ranch is truly a wild place.