This month’s “Top 5” video from Trouts Fly Fishing in Denver features Denver Regional Manager Tanner Smith and Head Guide Scott Dickson fishing on the middle Colorado River and finding some willing trout. April is all . . .
This month's "Top 5" video from Trouts Fly Fishing in Denver features Denver Regional Manager Tanner Smith and Trouts Frisco General Manager Zeke Hersh fishing on a snowy stretch on the Colorado River and finding some willing trout. Although . . .
This month's "Top 5" video from Trouts Fly Fishing in Denver features guide Danny Strine, filmmaker Ivan Orsic, and Josh Graffam fishing the Arkansas Pueblo Tailwater. The patterns they choose are pretty darned small, so practice tying knots . . .
In this week’s podcast, I have the pleasure of picking Pat Dorsey’s brain on winter and early-spring midge fishing in tailwaters. Pat is one of our foremost experts on fishing with small flies, and he . . .
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By very popular demand, this week I have Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions as my guest, and we ramble about—guess what?—fly tying. But not only tying. In fact, I think we talk as much. . .
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A few weeks ago, we introduced a new weekly “Ask the Experts” Column and asked you to pose some questions for our panel of experts. Our latest question comes from an anonymous . . .
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Written by: Stefan Woodruff, Ellensburg Angler
For most, winter fly fishing in the Pacific Northwest revolves around one species: winter steelhead. And while chasing chrome-bright fish in swollen coastal rivers can be a challenging and . . .
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Written by: Tim Daughton
[Editor's Note: With winter fly fishing in full swing in many parts of the country and plenty more cold weather on the horizon, it seems a good time to revisit this great advice from Tim Daughton.]
The advent of breathable waders a couple of decades ago has helped to make the majority of our wader-adorned fishing experiences much more enjoyable. Gone are the days of vulcanized . . .
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Written by: Tim Linehan, Linehan Outfitting Co.
If you're heading out on the river to fish streamers in winter, you need to think a little differently. Here are a few of my best tips for adjusting tactics to score when the mercury is low: . . .