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.
Breckenridge fly fishing can be one of the best spots on the planet as long as you have the right waders and boots. We sell Rep Your Water and Simms products to keep you comfortable and safe. Fly fishing in Summit County without waders and boots can be pretty cold and pretty slippery. Fly fishing in Colorado with the right gear can be downright addicting.
Many Colorado fishing fanatics get hooked. Come to the Cutthroat Angler tackle shop for the right tackle at the right price, and get some expert advice from local fly fishers for free. We will let you know the best tackle for different spots in and around Summit County.
We love to fish. We love to talk about fishing. When we are not out fishing, we love to talk about Colorado fishing some more.
Most fly fishers in Colorado choose to purchase a license for two rods. Only about 10 percent of all feeding occurs on the surface of the water. If you do not have a bobber nearby, you are missing the opportunity to catch more fish with subaquatic insects. Colorado fishing regulations will frequently change in certain locations. We will let you know what areas have temporary regulations that fishers love and what areas have temporary regulations that might not be as popular.
Stop by the best Summit County Tackle shops or check out our online selection today. Call us with any questions about fishing gear or fishing in Summit County at 970-262-2878.
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