This month’s “Top 5” video from Trouts Fly Fishing in Denver is all about bass, carp, and pike. Spring is here, and that means warmwater fishing is heating up along the Front Range. Trouts’ own Rick . . .
Written by: Ken Kalil, Kalil’s Upstate Outfitters
Ken Kalil ties on a favorite pattern while fall fly fishing on his home waters in Upstate New York.
Photo courtesy Ken Kalil
When you mention you live in New York, many out-of-staters immediately picture New York City. But five hours north, in a state park four times the size of Yellowstone, nothing could be further from . . .
This fine South Platte rainbow fell for a Pat Dorsey midge imitation.
Photo by Ivan Orsic
This month’s “Top 5” video from Trouts Fly Fishing in Denver, Colorado, features a special guest: legendary tailwaters angler Pat Dorsey. (His son Forrest was one of the stars of our April Fools’. . .
Written by: Mike Canady of Ellensburg Angler
This gorgeous Deschutes rainbow fell for a Chubby Chernobyl.
Photo by Damien Nurre
Skwalas are a smallish (sizes 8-10) olive-bodied stonefly, which become active in late winter or early spring, as the water temperatures begin to push into the 40-degree range. These bugs . . .
This sweet, small-stream brown was up on blue-winged olives on a tributary stream.Photo by Ivan Orsic
Guide Tanner Smith–of Trouts Fly Fishing in Denver, Colorado–is back with another of his “Top 5 for the Month” videos, and this time he’s talking about late-winter blue-winged olives. The arrival of . . .
Bill Spicer, host of “The New Fly Fisher,” with a monster Labrador brookie.
Photo courtesy The New Fly Fisher
The Canadian anglers at The New Fly Fisher know a thing or two about big brook trout, having spent much time fishing in northern Quebec, Labrador, and Newfoundland. This experience informs . . .
Guide Tanner Smith–of Trouts Fly Fishing in Denver, Colorado–is back with another of his “Top 5 for the Month” videos, and this time he’s talking about post-spawn November. Tanner is clearly a fan . . .
When it comes to fall colors, guide Tanner Smith–of Trouts Fly Fishing in Denver, Colorado–really likes purple. Purple flies, that is. Here, he teams up with Colorado Rockies All-Star center . . .
Written by: John Way, The Tackle Shop
The huge salmonflies can bring even the biggest Madison River trout to the surface.
Photo by John Way
It is that time of year, when everyone is salmonfly crazy around Montana. People talk in hushed tones at the bars about where the hatch is and where the trout are eating the dry fly. Of the . . .