Late summer and early fall is a special time on the water, especially for trout fishing. Here are a few quick tips for your late summer fly fishing adventures.
For many of us, summer means dry fly fishing. But even during major hatches, finicky trout can be puzzling. Here are some tips for more productive dry fly days.
Early spring fishing on tailwaters means stable hatches and hungry trout. You might turn over the biggest fish of the year during this window of opportunity.
Not only are their numerous lakes and reservoirs worth exploring throughout the west, the fish can get very large and in many cases, they fight like crazy.