A River’s Reckoning

Ranch life is a hard life. Especially when ranching in a closed mountain valley where the lowest mountain road to the outside world is over 10,000ft in elevation. Short, cold seasons and harsh conditions challenge even the toughest lot. For the Bruchez family, ranching is literally in their blood. Working with the land to grow […]

bristol bay

Save Bristol Bay–Stop the Pebble Mine

Today is the FINAL DAY FOR COMMENTS–Let your voice be heard!   Bristol Bay tribes and then more than a million Americans requested the EPA use its authority under section 404(c) of the Clean Water Act to protect the Bristol Bay watershed in southwest Alaska where the Pebble Mine is proposed. The proposed mine site […]

State of our rivers

The State of Our Rivers

The health of our rivers is a vital component to all of us.  As fisherman, they provide wonderful recreation and relaxation.  As other citizens, they provide drinking water, water for crops and agriculture, and many other uses.  Conservation Colorado has given its assessment of 8 major rivers throughout the state with a report card.  Some […]


Orvis Day Raffle Winners

We’d like to thank everyone again for coming out and taking advantage of the seminars and great deals that we offered during our Orvis Day! Good times were had by all, and the lucky few below walked away with some great prizes!  


Six Items We Wish Were Under Our Tree

  Were you naughty or nice? While we made some great memories with family and friends over the holidays, there were a few items that we had hoped to find under our tree so we could make more memories while fly fishing over the upcoming year. Here are some of our favorites! Our Top 6 […]