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Tradition VS Continuity

Tradition VS Continuity

Fly fishing emerges into the future with updated technology, techniques, and newly discovered information. However, there seems to be a constant clash between modern advances and long lasting traditions . Anglers on both sides of the debate of how fly fishing should be are growing considerably more biased towards one another. Recently, I stumbled across...
Why I Am

Why I Am

We all have our own unique stories of how and why we started fly fishing. Maybe a close friend or family member introduced the sport to you, maybe you wanted something new and decided to learn on your own, or maybe you were just born a fisherman. I believe every angler has had their own...
Big Thompson River Fishing Report 11/21/12

Big Thompson River Fishing Report 11/21/12

The Big T is fishing pretty well right now. With flows about 22 cfs below Lake Estes, the water is clear and great for sight fishing. The best stretch right now is right is above theĀ  Idewild Dam. For fly selection, use small (18-22) midges in black, purple, red, and any dark midge trailed by...
Boulder Creek Tournament 4-14-2012

Boulder Creek Tournament 4-14-2012

Boulder Creek cooperated well today and actually gave up 79 fish between about 16 people. The first place winner caught a staggering 21 browns in 3 hours! Though most fish were very small, a few nicer fish in the 12-14 inch range were landed. I didn’t do so hot on my net jobs with the...

Home Sweet Home

Many flyfishermen believe that you have to take a great journey to catch decent sized fish. Yes I would take a Pyramid Lake Lahontan Cutthroat over an average sized Rainbow anyday but most of the time we are within a shirt driving distance of World Class fisheries that we just haven’t discovered yet. Being a...