After triple-digit accumulations of snow the last week of 2021, Aspen is a winter wonderland! Though we are just as excited as you are to be skiing fresh powder, we’re even more excited about what this snow means for our rivers. Having a healthy snowpack is incredibly important because snowmelt provides the cold, clean water that insects and fish need to survive during the spring and summer months.
Still looking for great gifts for your family and friends? Worried that your online order won’t arrive in time for the holidays? Then come in and grab one of these beautifully crafted products and support our local, brick and mortar business! If you haven’t seen our “On the Water” gift guide for the angler in your life, go check it out! Not looking for someone who’s always on the water? Don’t worry, we’ve also put together a list of items that are perfect “Off the Water” gifts. Enjoy!
Snow is on the ground here in Aspen and the Holidays are just around the corner! If you’re looking for a gift for the special angler in your life, look no further. We know that if you’re not an avid angler it can be hard to pick the perfect gift, so we have put together a list of products that anyone who chases trout would be thrilled to find under the tree!
“Owning and running our own small business in the mountains of Colorado has been a dream that we’ve aspired to for many years. Now our dream is reality and we couldn’t be more thankful to all those that support our small brand.” – Emily Dudley (Mtn Ohana Owner) Aspen Outfitting is a local, family-run small business that has been in operation … Read More
WE HAVE SOME ANNOUNCEMENTS! Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at the Aspen Outfitting Company!!! You may have noticed some changes to our website and social media accounts over the past 6 months; we have been working to update and energize the way that we engage with all of you. This vibrant outdoor community, and the wild spaces that we … Read More
Fall has arrived in Aspen, and the fishing continues to be fantastic! November offers low, stable river flows, fewer anglers, and a continued abundance of insect life. These conditions make for happy trout, and happy trout make for happy anglers. During the fall, trout primarily feed on subsurface nymphs like stoneflies, baetis and midges. However, trout also take advantage of … Read More
By Flinn Pomeroy It was a beautiful evening in late September. The warmth from the summer-like day was now cut with a crisp hint of autumn. The group of female anglers assembled at the Aspen Outfitting Company fly shop in Woody Creek, Colorado was the last installment of our weekly ladies fly fishing class. Over the previous 12 weeks we had … Read More