Suppose you have had the opportunity to step into our Denver or Frisco shop locations. In that case, you know how knowledgeable our staff is. At any given moment, one of our staff members can discuss the hatch cycle of a particular river and immediately go into the deep specifics of rod quality and design. That ability to explain and educate customers rather than "sell" a product is something we take great pride in here at Trouts Fly Fishing. Our staff is a passionate bunch, and each of them brings their very own expertise to the table. For that reason, we are excited to announce a handful of our staff will be giving individual seminars on specific topics they are most passionate about. These presentations will be (FREE) casual seminars where our knowledgeable staff will go over their favorite tips and tricks for their favorite type of fishing.
As a bonus, these events will be during our happy hour time frame. That means you can enjoy our staff present on their favorite topics, enjoy some free beers, and, as always, enjoy our happy hour pricing!
Make sure you head over to our Event Calander to stay in the loop on future upcoming events.
On November 4th, 2021 Eric will be discussing how he approaches the Arkansas River. This is one of Erics favorite stretches of rivers to fish and one that he has come to know very well over the years! Why The Arkansas River? Well, it has 150 miles of trouts water, 70% public access, spread out the anglers, Gold medal water, nuf said.
On November 11th, Tanner will be discussing his favorite ways and rigging for throwing streamers here in Colorado, however, I am sure if you listen closely enough you'll soon enough find out that these tactics can work just about anywhere. If you have been into the shop you know Tanner, and honestly, he needs no more introduction.
If you have been keeping up with the blog or our emails you may have seen that Jack has been giving yall his top three places to fish over the weekend. Not only is he giving you where to fish he is giving how to fish these sections of rivers. On November 18th, Jack will be giving a small presentation on the Bighorn River, one of his favorite stretches of water in the west. He recently concluded a week trip on this stretch of water over the summer and is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to how to fish this stretch of water.
If you have ever wanted to know what it's like to guide on the weekend's ontop of a full-time job Kevin Hanahan is your man. Kevin's favorite place to fish? As of the last couple of years, the Eagle River has been a really cool place to explore and catch some big fish, but if I'm looking to have a little space there's a place that may or may not be within 50 miles of Empire where I've still never seen another fisherman...
Join Kevin on January 6th, 2022, and learn a little bit about what it is like to be a guide here in Colorado!
If you were to ask Scott what his favorite type of fishing would be, his response would resemble something along the lines of his love for fishing small creeks for trout, big flies, and eager eats. I for one can agree with this sentiment. Scott is one of those people that loves to find fish off the well-beaten path and explore what the wild rivers and streams of the high country have to offer. Hence his presentation on January 13th where he will be covering backcountry angling.