Every day anglers head to local waterways in search of solitude and peace—and fish, of course. But why do some strike it rich while others strike out? What does the savvy angler do that the rest of us don’t?
Guide to fly fishing Colorado
Some of the best fishing movies of all time range from fly fishing western rivers to dark adventures that take place out at sea.
A journey of peace, beauty, and adventure for those that enjoy the outdoors is my answer to the question, why fly fish?
Fly fishing the Rio Grande during the early June salmon fly hatch can produce a day you won’t soon forget.
Learning the basic fly fishing techniques will help get you on the water quickly and become more proficient over time.
The best times to fly fish Colorado are when water temperatures are cold, river flows are moderate, and life gives you the opportunity to be there.
Let’s talk about fly fishing rods for beginners and what you need to get started to enjoy your time on the water.
An angler fly fishing Colorado in May will experience various river conditions due to the warming temperatures and melting snow.
Brian Sisson understands that by opening up his property and granting access to like-minded individuals, he’s doing his part in the collaborative effort to preserve wildlife and habitat.
A look at dry flies vs. wet flies, how they differentiate, when you might use one or the other, and a few options to try the next time you’re on the water.