I just looked at my Rocky Mountain National Park Pass and unfortunately it is about to expire and this means it is time to plan a little fly fishing excursion to Colorado’s high country. The thought of native trout rising to dry flies close to the bank sounds like a very worthwhile outing to me! The stream flows on a lot of our local Front Range streams have been quite good. Despite a dry beginning to the
summer angling season, we have been experiencing lots of rain during the afternoon which is helping keep our water running high!
So it is time to grab the 3 weight, some tippet and a box of buoyant dry flies and head to the mountains! Stalking wild trout in the Colorado foothills will challenge the skills of any fly angler as more often than not the water is clear and the fish can get a little spooky…
But the rewards are great! Catching wild fish in tiny creeks is one of the best ways to immerse
oneself in the serene world of fly fishing.
Be sure and bring your rain jacket and be prepared for inclement weather. But most of all come
ready for some good fishing. Our guides have been spending a lot of time on our local creeks and fishing reports have been better than ever. August and September in Colorado are shaping up to be some of the best fishing of the year!