Tips to Catch More Trout; Fly Fishing in the Winter; Fly Fishing Western Tailwaters; Fly Fishing Colorado’s Best Trout Streams
Fly Fishing Colorado’s Best Trout Streams
Colorado has a wide array of angling possibilities, from technical, gin-clear tailwaters to large, untamed freestones. The terrain varies depending on the geographic locale—many streams meander through lush valleys. Some sweep through rich ranchland. Others carve their way through majestic, boulder-filled canyons. Fly fishers consider Colorado to be one of the premier fly-fishing hubs in the Rocky Mountain west. There is an estimated 9000 miles of trout streams in Colorado, with unlimited angling options. Join Pat Dorsey for a tour of Colorado’s best trout streams. Dorsey will address matching the hatch, fly selection, public access, and much more, enabling you to be successful on your next angling adventure in Colorado!
Fly Fishing Western Best Tailwaters
Colorado is known for its deep, bottom-release tailwaters that support a rich and diversified aquatic life. Tailwaters are best defined as those rivers that flow from beneath manmade impoundments called dams. Tailwaters provide anglers with a four-season fishery that affords anglers with consistent flows, clear water, large populations of trout, and dependable hatches. Dorsey will address the tactics and techniques to successfully fish these year-round waters. A detailed discussion on dams, benefits of a tailwater, hatches, fly selection, reading the water, and much more will be covered as Dorsey takes you on a tour of Colorado’s best tailwaters.
Fly Fishing in the Winter
Some anglers are saddened by the onset of winter, while others welcome the change of season. Hard-core anglers willing to endure the elements can enjoy some solitude and catch a few trout on just about any winter outing in the central Rockies. Dorsey’s seminar will teach you how to find trout during the winter (November through March), discuss fly selection, matching the hatch, and rigging, as well as address the correct tactics and techniques required to catch selective trout during the winter months.
Tips to Catch More Trout
The old cliché about 90% of the fish are caught by 10% of the fisherman is not far from the truth! Some of the biggest breakthroughs as an angler come as a result of understanding the nuances of our sport, as well as, thinking outside the box from time to time. Dorsey will unveil numerous tips that will no-doubt increase your productivity on the stream, including: reading the water, observation, sight fishing, selectivity, fly selection, matching the hatch, rigging, presentation and more!