Photos: Golden Stones on Canada Day in British Columbia

Written by: Dave Brown, Dave Brown Outfitters


Gorgeous westslope cutthroats continued to fall for golden-stonefly imitations all day.
Photos by Dave Brown

Every year, I make my way north from Arizona to British Columbia and Alberta, where I spend the bulk of the summer and fall on some very amazing rivers. On the way, there is an extended. . .

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Photos: Beating the Heat in High Rockies Lakes

Written by: Jon Hill


Cutthroats in mountain lakes are mighty hungry in the early season.
Photos courtesy Jon Hill

Here in Colorado, runoff is in full effect, and the rivers are running high. Temperatures in Denver are also running high, in the upper 90s. No better way to get away from both than to hike to. . .

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Video: “A Man and the River”

Every once in a while, I run across a fantastic fly-fishing video, but I can’t find out anything about it. “A Man and the River” is by David Crisp, whose vimeo profile simply says that he is. . .

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Video: Utah Introduces Native Cutthroat Slam Program

Written by: Spencer Durrant


The Bonneville Cutthroat is one of four species native to Utah.
Photo courtesy UDWR

After nearly two decades of work, a Utah cutthroat slam is becoming a reality for anglers interested in catching and learning more about the Beehive State’s native cutthroat trout. Many Western. . .

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