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Thursday, July 31, 2014
Friday, July 18, 2014
The proceeding was released on July 16, 2014 by Trout Unlimited.
U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee approves bills that undermine the Clean Water Act
MAJORITY OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS TURN THEIR BACKS ON AMERICAN SPORTSMEN AND WOMEN BY APPROVING BILLS THAT STOP REGULATORY OVERSIGHT IN BRISTOL BAY AND ON OUR NATION’S RIVERS
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
|Orvis Guide to Family Friendly Fly Fishing|
By Tom Rosenbauer
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Thursday, June 19, 2014
One of the major consolidations will be the TenkaraGrasshopper Guide Services and Guide Availability Calender into one page. By doing this I hope to make it simpler for you to find out about the guide services we offer with Minturn Anglers/Colorado Skies Outfitters. You can click TenkaraGrasshopper Guide Service and Availability to get an idea of how this will help you to book trips.
Thursday, June 5, 2014
There is one time of year that every angler in Colorado looks forward to and dreads all at the same time. We are in the thick of it right now... Spring Runoff!!!
With spring runoff we get very high flowing rivers and streams. Some streams are smaller yet are running at almost 200 cfs (cubic feet per second) which increases the amount of dirt and other detritus being flushed down river at high velocity. All of the dirt and other stuff floating downstream the water gets murky and unfathomable to the naked eye let alone the polarized lens eye making fishing difficult.
There are also reports coming from around the state where the rivers are running at 1000-5000 cfs. Flows of this magnitude don't just make fishing very difficult, these flows make it dangerous for an angler to be anywhere near the water.
But, there is still fishing that can done even with high water flows as they are currently going. Luckily, for those of us who live here in Colorado at least we know that the waters will not stay high indefinitely.