• Fishing Camaraderie

    A shared passion can build bonds between people that last, regardless of background, income or other cultural barrier. Fly fishing builds those relationships especially strongly because of the beautiful rivers, flats and wilderness where the sport takes us. In these special places away from much...

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  • Canadian Pike on ...

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    Chasing pike on the fly is by far one of the most exciting endeavors I have ever pursued. It is definitely not for everyone, from thousands of casts, to hours at the tying desk. Casting out a 10-12 in fly and watching one of these predators stalk and create a wake behind it... in that moment ever...

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  • Tarpon Dreams

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    I recently had the chance to fulfill a lifetime dream of chasing Tarpon on the fly, but as is the case with most fishing trips booked months in advance, the weather and conditions were not what we were hoping for. With winds up, water clarity down and visibility of only a foot or so, dreams of c...

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  • Spring Meadow Str...

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    Traditionally here in the western states fall is considered streamer time. The browns are moving, looking towards the spawn and aggressive. This is all true, but we have found that some of the best streamer fishing in Brown Trout water is pre-runoff in early spring. The water temps may be cold in...

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  • Stormy Rainbows

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    There is nothing like a handful of spunky, spotty Rainbow Trout to make it truly feel like spring, unless you happen to be fishing in Wyoming in temperatures that are not quite above freezing as a storm blows snow and sleet sideways over the river.  Which brings up a question - would you rather ...

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  • Spring Gobblers

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    RepYourWater warehouse and operations manager Sam Williamson has been out scouting for the upcoming spring turkey season here in Colorado. It looks like he has found a pretty decent spot to start...

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