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How to Prepare for Fly Fishing in Colorado This Fall

August 15, 2019

Some people believe that spring and summer are the best time to fish and like to take advantage of the warmer weather. But they’re missing out on great fishing during the fall months. Cool mornings and warmer afternoons are ideal for all kinds of outdoor activities—and rest assured that the fish will still be biting well into this season. When you’re gearing up for float fishing in Fraser, CO this autumn, trust Winter Park Flyfisher. We’re here with all leading brands plus everything you need to have the fishing trip of a lifetime. Let’s go through the following checklist to... View Article

The Differences Between Wade and Float Trips

August 4, 2019

Anglers often ask themselves which is better: wade fishing or float fishing? Each comes with its own benefits and drawbacks. Depending on a variety of factors and what you want out of the fishing experience, you may decide on one over the other. While some will always want the faster pace and greater variety of float trips, those who like a more hands-on approach will go for wade trips. One thing is for sure, though: if you’re preparing for a fly fishing trip in Fraser, CO, rely on Winter Park Flyfisher as your source for everything from gear to guides.... View Article

What to Bring Fly Fishing in Colorado

July 15, 2019

If you’re planning on embarking on an exciting fly fishing trip on one of Colorado’s scenic, rushing riverways this summer season, it’s important that you ensure that you have everything you need to stay safe and make the most of your trip. You’ll need to bring quite a bit of gear with you to catch some fish, and you’ll need to carry several supplies to keep yourself comfortable and safe. The weather in Colorado can change on a dime, so you’ll have to bring layered clothing and a spare outfit in case you end up getting too wet. Additionally, you’ll... View Article

Do I Need a License for Fly Fishing?

July 1, 2019

Colorado is home to some of the nation’s most striking natural treasures. The Rocky Mountains elegantly ascend into the clouds, mysterious sand dunes grace the deserts of the state’s southwest and rich, bountiful rivers flow across the land. Continuing to protect and maintain all of these natural riches, however, requires a significant amount of effort and money. Fees from park entries, fishing licenses and hunting permits all go toward supporting the preservation of Colorado’s most valuable asset: its striking natural beauty. The State of Colorado requires all people fishing within the Rocky Mountain State to obtain a fishing license. There... View Article

Fly Fishing Terrestrials in the Midsummer Months

June 15, 2019

Every fly fisher wants to be there for a hatch of insects like the salmon fly or green drake. This is when fish come out and bite pretty much everything in their path. It makes things easier when the fish seem to go for anything indiscriminately—including your bait. But timing these hatches is tricky. That’s why many fishers have turned to using terrestrials for bait instead. These are especially handy for midsummer flyfishing in Fraser, CO. Read on to learn more about the wide variety of available options. Unhatches Unhatches include the significant abundance of other species that line the... View Article

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