Posts tagged "trout"
Icing On The Cake

Icing On The Cake

Well, Spring is finally starting to show itself here in Colorado. The days are getting warmer,the ice is melting, and the rainbows are making their spawning runs. This past week, I was able to get out for a few hours and chase some fat little rainbows on a stretch of the South Platte River. The...
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...
Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 3/22/13

Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 3/22/13

It’s that time of the year again…. The ice is melting, the grass is beginning to pop up again, and fish are out and feeding heavily. Waterton has been fishing very well these past few weeks and we only expect it to get better from here on out. Though the lower section is pretty much...
Fly Fishing Rocky Mountain National Park

Fly Fishing Rocky Mountain National Park

Today we are talking about my personal favorite place to fish, Rocky Mountain National Park. There are many accessible lakes and rivers roadside or deep within the back-country of this beautiful National Park. One of my favorite fisheries in RMNP is the upper Fall River. Just above Horseshoe Park, the river meanders through a gorgeous...

(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...

(Video) Tying the Hot-Spot San Juan

The San Juan Worm. The most simple fly pattern around and a pattern that most people learn to tie their very first time… This classic pattern was invented on the banks of the mighty San Juan river where there is an abundance of aquatic worms that the fish gorge upon day in and day out....

Czech Nymphing

Getting into the whole competitive fly-fishing gig this year was a challenge…I had to learn entirely new techniques to keep my game. Of course, Czech nymphing was introduced to me and I now have a new favorite way to fish smaller streams and pocket water. The Czech style of nymphing is completely different than most...