It happens the same way every year, spring hits Colorado’s mountains and foothills and our rivers and creeks ice out for some fantastic early season fly-fishing! Then just as you are getting back in the groove and fishing as often as possible, run off hits and many if not most of our local waters become high and dirty. But don’t despair, especially this year, as light snow pack will ensure a moderate high water season. Run off is no time to get bummed out as you can easily fill your time and satisfy your angling desires with a wide array of fishing activities.
Run off is a great time to brush up on your fly-fishing skills. Maybe try taking a casting class and learn to double haul fly line like those guys at the outdoor shows. Or maybe the next few weeks are a great time to learn to tie flies.
Or try n on stream class, lesson or guide trip. Even during the high water months many of our guided properties on South Boulder Creek, Bear Creek and The St. Vrain offer water flows conducive to good fishing.
Or if you catch yourself at home on a rainy day, try jumping on our Angling University website and take some of our fishing classes.
For more information: http://www.anglinguniversity.com/
The Flyfisher Group