Streamer fishing is always a blast, especially with warming spring weather! March, April and May are some of the best months of the year to throw streamers. Good fly selection, rigging and presentation will skew the odds in your favor and let you take advantage of this wonderful time of year. Let’s dive in!
A few weeks ago, myself and some of my best friends made our annual pilgrimage to Pyramid Lake in Nevada. Pyramid Lake is no secret to fishermen across the West, but it remains one of the most unique places I’ve had the pleasure of fishing. Located entirely on Tribal lands of the Paiute people, Pyramid Lake has a fascinating cultural, geological and ecological history and provides a telling narrative about the history of the West.
Spring is here in Aspen, and the fishing has been fantastic! Spring is an amazing time of the year to chase trout on the Roaring Fork river. As the water warms, insects begin to hatch in greater numbers and the fishing heats up. However, fishing at this time of year requires a little extra attention – because spring is when the rainbow trout are spawning.
From the beginning, clay target shooting was designed to help hunters improve their wingshooting skills. But since its inception, the joy of breaking clays has spread across the world and grown into a sport in its own right. It is an accessible, year round activity for shooters of ALL ability levels (even first-timers!), and is one of our favorite activities … Read More
It’s Valentine’s Day! So it’s time to talk about what it’s like to be in a relationship with a die hard angler –or even a fishing guide! We’ll tell you that loving an angler is the best thing you can do because, well, we’re the most fun, best looking, incredible bunch around! However, we do have some tendencies that are hard to understand, and might be frustrating at times. Whether you fish or not, if you’re in a relationship with an avid angler (and especially a fishing guide), keep these things in mind.
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!