• Tips for Big Free...

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    Do your research - Study good maps for access points on lower stretches of rivers. Remember that big Brown Trout water is not necessarily high fish count water. Put in the work - A little extra work in terms of hiking, windshield time or aggressive wading can go a long way. These extra steps w...

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  • In Search of Natives

    Finding Cutthroat Trout in Colorado is not necessarily easy. Even though historically Cutthroat Trout are Colorado's only native trout species, they are now confined primarily to isolated high altitude lakes and streams, where introduced Browns, Rainbows and Brook Trout are not in the picture. F...

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  • The Crown of the ...

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    Who doesn't love a good road trip? I recently drove through Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho en route to Glacier National Park in search of good times, unseen wild places and good friends. The trip provided breathtaking views and endless opportunities to fish, camp, run and hike. Glacier is named ...

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  • Fishing Camaraderie

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    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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