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Species

Springtime Carpin’

With the busy life of a guide comes the sacrifice of rarely fishing with your best fishing buddies. Zach and I hadn’t gotten out on the water together since our first trip to Christmas Island back in December. However, Easter Sunday snuck up on us both as an opportunity to wet a line and see […]

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Gear, Species

Carpin Toad

I absolutely love carp fishing. I’ve been fixating on it a lot lately, and although it can be frustrating, it is so much fun to finally catch those fatties. On a good trout day you can catch double digits in no time, but carp are a different story. It’s considered a good carp day if […]

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Destinations, Species

Redfish Rundown

It’s odd that December has become one of the most important months for fly fishermen. In the old days the best thing you could do in December was tie flies for next season. These days, fly fishermen are not only pounding the local tailwaters in sub-freezing conditions, but they are also spending a lot of […]

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Fishing Report, Species, Technique

What To Do About Runoff!

You can always wait for the water to drop or fish for bass and other warm water species readily available throughout Boulder County and the Eastern Slope.  If you want to have some real fun, tie or purchase a variety of popping bugs and fish them at daybreak or sunset.  All you need is a […]

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Patterns, Species

Giving Montana’s Hybrid Carp Fly a Go

I happened across the Hybrid earlier this year I finely got around to giving it a try this weekend.  It produced three very nice carp on a lake near Longmont. The original pattern is a bit different than how I tied them, but the profile and materials are pretty close Original Recipie:    •Hook:  Size 8 […]