Author: Trouts Staff
Hang ‘em high and dry
The stone flies started popping and suddenly it looked as if the sky was full of small helicopters. I dug into my box and pulled out the biggest stone imitation I could find and fished around for my floatant. The good news is that I had a couple of stimulator patterns that would do the trick; the bad news is that I had left my floatant in another pack.
Michael Gracie (MG): “You see the fish?”
Greg Moran (GM): “Yup.”
MG: “Can you make that cast between the two trees?”
Trout’s had a chance to fish a few headwater creeks with Aaron Kindle, who works on the Sportsmen’s Conservation Project for Trout Unlimited. Aaron is a fishy guy and is also leading the charge to protect fish species and habitat here in Colorado. Aaron spent a few minutes giving Trout’s the lowdown on Roadless areas and why they are important to anglers and other Coloradans.
Who wants to take a shot at a brand new Ross F1 and Sharkskin Fly Line? At Trout’s Fly Fishing, we’re big fans of fish related photography. We know that there are a lot talented photographers out there and many of them are already our customers. We’re launching a photography contest this summer – we know that you are going to be getting after it and we want to showcase your fish - and your photography skills.