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Shawnee Lake

With the water quickly rising across the State, many anglers and guides begin to look at lake options this time of year.  If you like lake fishing and want to experience a few private water gems, now is the time to do it.  If you have always wanted to learn how to fish lakes effectively, run-off […]

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Fishing Report

Front Range Weekend Fishing Reports

We had a bunch of guides out this past weekend and here is a compiled list of their weekend fishing reports. Boulder Creek- Antonio- “The Creek above 4 Mile Canyon is up and has a stronger flow and remains a bit off color.Mornings are successful with nymph and dry dropper rigs, and afternoons have seen […]

Scott Graham

North Park Anglers with Scott Graham

Come join Scott Graham, the manager of North Park Anglers, this Saturday, April 2nd from 10am-Noon. Scott will be giving an awesome presentation titled “Discover North Park.” For those unfamiliar with fishing this part of Colorado, the presentation is a must see. For those who have fished North Park, it’s time to learn some new […]


Fly Tying Snow Sale

Snow is flying in Boulder again, many schools are closed, and anglers itching to get out fishing have some spare time on their hands for fly tying.  Time to fill up those boxes!  Front Range Anglers is offering a 20% discount on all fly tying purchases today, March 23rd.  We will be open until 6pm […]

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Boulder Creek

Useful Spring Tips for Boulder Creek

Boulder Creek is known as one of the friendlier rivers around. But yesterday it was in a bad mood. Weather, cold, low, clear water, lack of bug activity, made it one of the more challenging rivers. Challenge is not bad. It’s a good time to hone those skills. First of small flies (top and bottom) […]