posted by admin on Jul 8

If you are planning a fly fishing trip to Colorado you need to know where the best spots are. That way you can enjoy the maximum amount of time out there casting your line instead of driving around trying to find it on your own. Whether you enjoy mountain stream fishing or a quiet valley lake, there is something for every fisherman in Colorado. The Arkansas river in southwest Colorado is probably the best place for fly fishing in the state. Many fisherman come to the banks of the river during the winter and spring, when the fish are biting the best.Get more information here. http://www.denverpost.com/outdoors/ci_20790292/fishing-colorado-super-so-far-but-its-rush Trout are abundant in the Arkansas and will usually be eager for food during those months. Flying Pan River near Aspen, Colorado is another favorite spot for fly fisherman. It is located near a hatchery so it is almost always stocked year round with plenty of rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout. If you plan to go near Vail then be sure to visit the Colorado River. For a river that flows through the Rocky Mountain State park, Click Here, the Colorado River is surprisingly calm for fly fishing. Trout love to hide near the banks where the cottonwood trees grow.

posted by admin on May 22

The art of fly tying began when early fishermen used hair, feathers and fur to make fly lures that mimicked the appearance and activity of insects. Modern fishermen continue to tie their own flies for a number of reasons, but the primary reason is that it allows fishermen to experiment with materials, design and size to find a fly perfectly suited to a particular fish or fishing location. The equipment needed to begin tying flies include a fly tying vise, Read the rest of this entry »

posted by admin on Apr 5

The fly vs. bait fishing debate has gone on for years and will probably never end for some fishers. Both methods are very efficient in catching fish, but fishers have their own opinions about the two types of fishing and remain separate breeds of fishers.

When it comes down to it, fly fishing is usually preferred by avid fishers while bait fishing is preferred more by the more occasional fisher. Fishing location Read the rest of this entry »

posted by admin on Oct 30

You can fish off a pier or on the rocks, but real fishermen get out there in the middle of the blue. They take their boats as far from familiar territory as possible until the mainland is nothing but a blur on the horizon. That’s where all the fish are hiding, just waiting to be caught.

If you have recently decided to walk the path of a true fisherman, then there are a couple of things you should be sure are taken care of before you take that boat for a spin.

- Make sure that boat is insured. Insurance resources like http://www.insurancetown.com/ have lots of information on boat insurance. Even if you happen to live in a part of the country where boat insurance isn’t required, you’ll still want to have it.

- Stock that boat with life preservers. You’ll want to have as many life preservers are there are seats in that boat – perhaps a few extra. And don’t believe any of the macho nonsense about how you don’t need them. You do! Enough said.

- Your tackle, of course. This includes all your important fishing gear like your rod, your bait, your reels, your string, your hooks and pretty much anything else you will need to catch a real big one.

posted by admin on Jun 20

Avid fisherman love to try their hand at fly fishing in Colorado. It is both a relaxing and rewarding pastime. However, what many may not know is that certain color flies work best in the area. The flys should immitate the real insects that attract the fish in the area. When a fisherman is aware of what will get the fish biting, the experience becomes all that more rewarding. Dark flies seem to be the ticket, with the use of browns, tan, gray, and black, mirroring the type of fly that brown trout and Read the rest of this entry »

posted by admin on Jun 18

Colorado is without a doubt a beautiful state that has many natural wonders for people to visit and be inspired by. One of the favorite pass times of tourists when visiting Colorado is fly fishing. More than just a sport, fly fishing is an art that takes many years to master and become good at. Since Colorado has many beautiful water bodies, you can be sure that there are many fishing spots that an avid fly fisher can take advantage of. The following are the top 5 fly fishing spots that you can visit while Read the rest of this entry »

posted by www.alpineriveroutfitters.com on Jun 14

Colorado offers some of the finest fly fishing opportunities in the United States. Within a two hour drive from Denver, you can have a shot at landing the biggest fish of your career. As any fisherman will tell you, though, Colorado does have some key differences from other parts of the country. Follow these tips for fly fishing in the Centennial State.

1) Tail waters grow big fish. The waters just under dams can be great places to fish.

2) In Colorado, private land owners own the river bottoms. You can still fish on many of these “private Read the rest of this entry »

posted by admin on Jun 12

Colorado has some of the best areas for fishing in the United States. The lakes, streams and rivers are full of both warm and cold water species. Fly fishing is just a little different than regular fishing and if you have never been fly fishing there are a few things that you do need to remember.

When fishing in the mountains of Colorado it is best to be prepared for any type of weather. It may be warm and sunny but that can change very quickly. Having a jacket with Read the rest of this entry »

posted by www.alpineriveroutfitters.com on Jun 10

If you are planning a fly fishing trip to Colorado you need to know where the best spots are. That way you can enjoy the maximum amount of time out there casting your line instead of driving around trying to find it on your own. Whether you enjoy mountain stream fishing or a quiet valley lake, there is something for every fisherman in Colorado.

The Arkansas river in southwest Colorado is probably the best place for fly fishing in the state. Read the rest of this entry »