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Give, Shop, and Go Big Tomorrow!

December 12, 2012
Author: Will Rice

Let’s go and give big!  Based on requests from our out-of-town and out-of-state followers, we’ve set up a virtual food donation page at the Food Bank of the Rockies and made a few tweaks to our raffle.  Here is how you can give, shop and win big tomorrow... both online and here at the shop.

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Winter Fishing Tactics

December 10, 2012
Author: Will Rice

The snow that fell this past weekend on this mountain pass will be the source of flows for the Blue River and the Colorado River next year.

It feels like we might have finally made the seasonal switch to winter here in Colorado.  It was fun while it lasted, but fishing in short sleeves in December was starting to get a little weird.  Now that we’ve made the turn into the colder months, we’re going to share some solid tactical information to help make your fishing more enjoyable and productive.

Our pals over at Field & Stream’s Fly Talk, Kirk Deeter and Tim Romano, posted this tip on fly line maintenance in the winter.  Sometimes, it can be the little things that stand in between catching fish… and not catching fish.

Winter Flyfishing: Stretch Your Fly Line to Cast Better and Slow Guide Icing

"I've always said that your fly line has as much to do with casting performance as your fly rod does. Even the most deluxe, high-tech graphite wand in the world won't save you if your fly line is chapped, dry, and especially kinked.”

CLICK HERE to read the full post.

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And the Winner Is….

December 7, 2012
Author: Will Rice

Trout's Fly Fishing is proud to announce the winner of this year's "Best of 2012" fly fishing photo contest.  Drum roll please....

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Attention Steelhead Junkies

December 7, 2012
Author: Will Rice
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Not-So-Winter Winter Fishing Report

December 6, 2012
Author: Will Rice

I don’t do a ton of winter fly fishing - but I always look forward to it.  The number one reason: it is usually so different than fishing in the spring, summer and fall months.  The number two reason: there are typically fewer people on what are normally busy sections of river.  Number three: the fishing can be lights out.

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