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(Video) Stream Highlight: Scott Gomer Creek

(Video) Stream Highlight: Scott Gomer Creek

Colorado’s High Country is home to many outstanding brooks and streams cutting through its rocky landscape. We just happened to stumble across one particularly amazing fishery when we decided to backpack into the Mount Evans Wilderness via the Abyss Trail head.  About 4 miles up into the thick pine and aspen forest, the trail cuts back to the...

(Videos) Stream Highlight: Waterton Canyon

    Waterton Canyon has had its ups and it downs in the past few years. Floods,fires, and man really made an impact on this outstanding metro fishery. Many people believe the canyon is not fishing well these days but I would say that I have to disagree. Waterton has a wide range of diverse...
Stream Highlight: Bear Creek

Stream Highlight: Bear Creek

The Front Range has many great trout fisheries flowing from the arms of the Rockies. These trout streams such as Clear Creek,Boulder Creek, and last but not least Bear Creek are often passed on by anglers due to the lack of quality of fish. I’m here to tell you that these are some of the...

(Video) Early Spring Fly-Fishing in Downtown

Just a little teaser of some early spring site fishing to some very selective Carp on the S.Platte…
Memoir of a Brown Trout: A Fish Story From The Madison

Memoir of a Brown Trout: A Fish Story From The Madison

Fly fishing is my life. Ever since the first time I had a rod in my hand, I knew that this was my passion. Last summer, my grandpa invited me to tag along on a fishing trip to the greater Yellowstone area. It was perfect fishing weather the whole trip. One of our destinations was...

Bristol Bay: No Pebble Mine

Alaska’s Bristol Bay has been known as one of the greatest salmon fisheries in the world. Commercial fishers alone harvest over 30 million salmon out of the bay annually. Some say the area is the most important fishing ground worldwide. Anglers make the journey up to Bristol from across the globe for phenomenal fishing for...
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...

Gila Trout

The dry arid mountains of Arizona and New Mexico are home to a very unique species of Salmonids known as Gila Trout. These close relatives to Cutthroat and Apache trout are characterised by their trademark large yellowish heads and small black specks along the body. They are opportunistic feeders and will devour anything from small...