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’bout time Colorado got some love on the Frenzy…. (Guest Blogger JD)

March 13, 2015

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Nothing says fly fishing like outlet malls, highways and gawkers.  But that is the case on some parts of the Blue River. Located just 60 miles west of Denver, you can be out your door and into gold metal water within an hour. Flowing north out of Breckenridge this undulating river takes you on a […]

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swingers club…. yeah you know what I’m talking about

February 11, 2015

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so, I am totally convinced.  granted we have had a pretty unseasonably warm winter, nymphing has always been the go to.  I haven’t nymphed in weeks, not that there’s anything wrong with that. #Seinfeld  We, over at the fly shop Anglers Anonymous, have had a stalwart employee since day 1 – we call him Tobes.  The […]

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Winter Streamers… yes

January 30, 2015

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Ok, so I was reading an article the other day that came up on my feed on facebook and for the life of me I cannot find it to reference it but these guys had a great point.  Nymphing is obviously the most effective was to fish in the winter, maybe all year, but if […]

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Ditch Fishing

October 6, 2014

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This spring I was sent a photo of my cousin pictured with a 22 inch brown trout monster. He isn’t much of a fisherman himself so it was quite a fish for him to be hookin’ into. I eagerly asked him where he caught it: “The dry bed behind my house.” he responded. He lives […]

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Snake River Net Co. Nets

September 26, 2014

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One of the hottest and almost necessary items to have on the river this day and age is a quality fishing net. When I was a kid my grandpa would buy nets from the local western tack store that were big enough to land a king salmon and were made of that spun plastic-thread like […]

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The Spotted Up Cutthroat – Teton River

September 19, 2014

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    Many of you, I am sure, have fished the Teton River, or have definitely thought about it. Why? Because it is awesome, that is why. There is something very interesting about this river. The cutthroat in the canyon section are covered, and I mean covered in these tiny little spots. For those that […]

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Just Bead It

September 12, 2014

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  Most of us hear about using a bead system when fishing in Alaska for salmon or fishing for steelhead but who uses beads as a “go-to rig” when fly fishing for trout? I have fished with glow bugs and have always done well fishing with that type of egg pattern but after talking to […]

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Teaching the Next Generation – and by that I mean me and my boy went out fishing….

August 15, 2014

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Since my passion for fly fishing has grown and grown I have been crazy excited for my son to catch the fever and want to go fishing with me. I would say that his fever is still pretty tepid but its coming along. Every time I can get him to go out with me I […]

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Fishin’ Photo’s: Fly Fishermans Camera Set Up.

August 6, 2014

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  One thing that could be said about fisherman is we like to tell tall tales or “Fish Stories.” As the person telling the story and trying to convince someone that the 32 inch brown trout that you had on your size #26 BWO  and was only landed after he took you to your backing […]

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Don’t Mind If I Don’t

August 1, 2014

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When I was a young lad and would visit my grandpa after he returned from his fishing trips and I would ask the age old question: “Did you catch any?” His responses were usually somewhere along the line of: “Do dogs bark?” “Do ducks have a water tight butt?” “Do bears shi….” Ok he never […]

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introducing our guest blogger… Josh

May 26, 2014

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My Fly Fishing StoryLet me start by introducing myself.  I respond to “Tobs”, “Toberman”, “Dad”, and “Josh” when called on by my friends and family.  My name is Josh Toberman and you can find me out on one of my favorite local rivers or top secret creeks.  You can also find me holed up in the Anglers Anonymous […]

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Loop Knot or Nail Knot?

May 18, 2013

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Fly Fishing Knots I was reading an article recently about the fly fishing knots and the topic came up of what is the best knot to use when tying fly line to leader.  It got me thinking and in the past I almost always used the nail knot.  I used that for a couple of […]

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Utah Winter Fly Fishing Guide

December 14, 2011

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winter fly fishing in utah

Post taken from Utah Fly Fishing Club make sure to like Utah Fly Fishing Club’s Facebook Page. Written by Travis Gillespie Fly Fishing in the Winter can be some of the best fly fishing you experience all year. It is quickly becoming a favorite time for fly fishers who don’t mind some cold toes and fingers. The […]

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Roll Cast Instructions from the Dude with the Cool Accent!

August 20, 2010

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Fly Fishing Advice Here is a cool video taking about the right way to do a proper roll casting.  I really like this video.  Great fly fishing advice with great instruction! ENJOY!

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Kelly Galloup Straight Shootin!

July 4, 2010

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Kelly Galloup – Slide Inn I have always been a huge Kelly Gallup fan.  He tells it like it is and usually adds some spice to it.  I had also heard of his new ‘living’ flies and used the Sex Dungeon on the Henry’s Fork (Slayed a big brown BTW). He has always been really […]

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Take That Boy Fishing!

September 7, 2009

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Traditions Growing up I had a great older brother that would always take me fishing.  I remember lots of hours on the Teton River, Henry’s Fork, and South Fork of the Snake.  I can still remember the day my older bro came home and woke me up to show me the 18lb, 36 inch Brown […]

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Be the fish

May 5, 2009

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This is one of the coolest articles I have ever read. I know that every river is different and different types of trout are instinctively different as well but the results which you will read are a must to know for any fly fisherman. The article is over 2 years old so I am sure […]

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Do fish feel pain like humans?

May 3, 2009

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I was turned on to this article from one of my favorite blogs Cutthroat Stalker Us Frenziers practice, %99 of the time, catch and release and anyone else that does the same should read this.  It is an interesting read. Science Daily (May 1, 2009) — Fish don’t make noises or contort their faces to […]

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