Photos: November Dry Flies in Colorado

Written by: Jon Hill

Unseasonably warm weather in Colorado meant great dry-fly action on the small streams of the Front Range.
Photos by Jon Hill

As the ski season here in Colorado kicks off, other parts of the country are ending their trout season. I’m lucky enough to live in a state where I can fish year round. As some people head to the mountains and hit the slopes, here in Denver it was 65 and sunny over the weekend. So what better way to kick off November than to head to the creek where the browns were hitting dries all day?

Jon Hill lives in Littleton, Colorado and works in the digital-graphics field. But he spends almost all his spare time chasing trout in the high country, and his photos have been featured many times on the Orvis News. (See herehere, and here, for just a taste, or visit his blog, Ramblings.) He’s also a former Trout Bum of the Week.

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