Late Fall Streamer Fishing
Late Fall and Winter Fishing Tactics: How to Avoid Bobber Fatigue
While nymphing with small midge and baetis patterns is a staple during the late fall/winter, it’s by no means the only viable tactic. Streamers, dry flies and dry droppers still have a seat at the table but require minor adjustments to your approach.
journal blog
5 reasons to keep a fishing journal
To counter the effects of, what we’re calling, fly fishing fatigue, we’ve found that keeping a fishing journal has been highly effective. While it might sound like a pain at first, it is well worth your while.
Grey Reef Fly Fishing
How to Navigate and Adapt to New Rivers
No two rivers fish the same and learning a new river can be a challenge but if you consider some of the lessons we’ve learned over the years and apply them to your next fishing adventure, you’ll be sure to improve your odds of success.
Lower CO River
Impact of Mudslides on Trout Habitat
In the last couple of months, mudslides across Colorado have filled our fisheries with sediment and debris impacting current and future generations of trout.
FlyGolf Rules
FlyGolf Rules
A list of rules for Fly Golf and the FlyGolf Tournament hosted by FlyCast and Mystic Fly Rods.
Fly Golf Tournament: Hosted by FlyCast and Mystic Outdoors
FlyGolf Tournament
Players will take part in a 9 hole course and compete for the lowest score as well as a shot at the grand prize (see above) provided by Mystic Outdoors. 50% of the proceeds from this tournament will be donated to our partners at The Mayfly Project.
Colorado Float
Tips for Float Fishing
While there are a number of advantages that go along with float fishing, we thoroughly understand that there is a bit of a learning curve to get up to speed. As such, we’ll walk you through a few tips and tricks for success when it comes to float fishing.
Colorado River Runoff
Not All Flows are Created Equal
Daily fluctuations in flow are common and even though flows may be in the prescribed “ideal range”, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they are good, right now. This leads us to our point that not all flows are created equal.