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March Fishing: A Tale Of Two Colorado Rivers

March Fishing: A Tale Of Two Colorado Rivers Here at Minturn Anglers we have the benefit of calling two amazing fisheries our home water. If you love chasing trout on techy tailwaters then our guide staff down on the Front Range can get you dialed in on the South Platte. If you’re looking for more …

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Camp Hale/ Homestake Creek Fishing Report | 6/9/2016

Camp Hale/ Homestake Creek Fishing Report 6/9/2016 With it being peak runoff in the valley, we fled to the high country in search for safer wading conditions and a slower drift. The creek is running higher then normal and is also tinted a bit, to our advantage. Later in the summer, the flows of Homestake …

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Getting “Mooned” on the Eagle River – Duane Redford

“I’ve been mooned!” So, there I was, minding my own business, going about my daily guided trips on the Eagle River, and having a blast. The fishing was great, predictable, and steady. Then I was mooned… Not sure how to explain it, but the day after our last full moon, the bottom fell out of …

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Gore Creek Fishing Report 8/3/15

Try terrestrials even when it’s technical Clarity is excellent on Gore Creek right now with low flows of 61 CFS above red sandstone creek. Things are finally getting technical on Gore Creek as the water has dropped. On bright sunny days you need to put your ninja tactics on to get them. Make your rigs very …

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Gore Creek Fly Fishing Report – 7/25/2015

Blue Winged Olives are the way to go on Gore Creek Gore Creek in Vail is fishing well these days with consistent baetis hatches going off from 10 to 2pm each day. Look for fish in the deep runs and riffles during the heat of the day and soft edges in the evening or cloudy or rainy …

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High Water Tactics for Colorado Fly Fishing

This time of the year can present some of the best fly fishing of the season High, stained water can be your friend if you approach it properly.  Of course, safety is your first concern, but if you take the correct approach, you can remain safe and catch fish. When the water begins to rise, …

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Fly Fishing fishing with children Minturn Anglers

Pure Enjoyment – Fly Fishing with Children

Vacationing and Family Fly Fishing in Colorado I remember when I got started fishing.  Of course, I didn’t start fly fishing from the get-go.  Yes, I did use a Snoopy spin cast my father bought me.  I actually liked it and especially since I even caught some fish.  I almost wish I had a picture …

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Fly Fish Colorado in winter – The Early Bird Gets more than the worm

Every year in March a guy walks into the shop to buy hooks or fly tying materials and I ask him the standard shop question. “Have you been out lately?” He looks up from his bundle of materials clenched in his hand. “Oh no,” he replies. “I don’t do my fishing until summertime. My wife …

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Minturn Anglers fly fish in colorado winter waters

Gore Creek Fishing Report 11/15/14

Winter is here and our favorite creek in the valley fishes great all season as the crowds concentrate on world class skiing Flows are winter low and the water temps are falling everyday which has increased the feeding activity in the middle of the day. Look for fish in the riffles still but be aware …

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Fall Brookies near upper Gore Creek

Fall Fly Fishing Report | Gore Creek

10-6-2014 Fall Fly Fishing Report Overview Gore Creek is still significantly above its usual flows, but it has returned to low-and-clear conditions after a period of rain.  The focus is on BWOs and midges, with an egg or smaller stonefly as a good lead fly. Conditions Gore Creek is usually flowing at about 30 cfs …

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