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.
Spring fly fishing Colorado can throw a lot of variations, including river quality and bug life, at anglers. “If you don’t like the weather, wait 10 minutes,” goes the old adage for Colorado. It’s true, the atmosphere can go from calm to calamitous and back again in...