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Fishing Report 7/21/14

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Colorado Fishing Report 6/13/14

Includes Float and Wade Trips on The Blue River in Silverthorne Colorado, Colorado River, Arkansas River, Roaring Fork River, and South Platte River more...

Colorado Fishing Report 5/30/14

Colorado Fishing Report 5/30/14 | the best guided fishing options in Summit County, Silverthorne, Breckenridge, Frisco and the surrounding areas more...

Buyers Guide: Summit County Tackle Shops

A few things about fly fishing never seem to change. You need the right tackle, and you need the right gear. It does not take a pro fly fisher to figure out that Colorado mountain streams and rivers are cold, and fish will only bite what looks like an insect they would eat. Get the right gear at the right price from Cutthroat Angler Summit County tackle shops and our online store. more...

Trips: Never Pay For Churros at Amusement Parks Again: Take Your Family Fly Fishing in Colorado

Guided fly fishing trips in Colorado are perfect for people that enjoy doing more than sitting around and reading magazines while on vacation, and Colorado boasts some of the best Gold Medal fly fishing in the country. Many experienced fly fishers can get the most out of a trip to Colorado by booking a guided fly fishing trip with Cutthroat Anglers, and many beginners can get hooked on fly fishing. Fish Colorado, and see the best in freshwater fishing. more...

Fly Fishing Guide School: Cutthroat Anglers Currently Taking Fall 2014 Reservations

Do you want to be a fly fishing guide in some of the best streams and rivers on the planet? Get started by attending Cutthroat Anglers Fly Fishing Guide School. Our Colorado fly fishing guide school will teach you everything you need to know to become a professional fly fishing guide. more...

Fishing Reports: Early May Fly Fishing Reports

Colorado natives know that the fly fishing report can change as quickly as the weather in the mountains around Summit County during spring time. There won’t be a cloud in the sky at 8:00 in the morning, a pleasant breeze will start around 11:00, and there will be a storm with hail the size of golf balls by 11:05. There will then be a full blizzard around noon. more...

Expert Advice

Comments and advice from the experts. more...

General Info: River Etiquette

As more people join the sport of fly fishing, the rivers will continue to be more crowded each season. A little common courtesy will help everyone have a more enjoyable day on the river. Even with the crowds, there is plenty of productive water for everyone to fish. more...

General Info: Weather Patterns

While the weatherman may not always offer the most reliable forecast, anglers should always be prepared for the worst. As the locals say, "if you don't like the weather now… wait a few minutes." The weather can dramatically change in the mountains, so if you are far away from your vehicle you should be prepared with a rain jacket and plenty of water. High mountain peaks are notorious for hiding storms until they store enough energy to surpass the peaks and rapidly charge ahead. more...