Our 2015 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts Under $30

Looking for the perfect gift for the fly fisher in your life? Check out our Holiday Gift Guide Under $30! Shop them all here! Orvis Power Forceps $13.95 Orvis Power jaw Scissor Forceps $19.95 Orvis Wire Cord Zinger $9.95 Orvis Wire Cord Zinger w/ Snip [Read More]

Review of Redington Hydrogen 311-4.

By: Raymong Kyle, Fly Fishing Outfitters guide/shop Manager, Euro Nymphing Fanatic Review of the Redington Hydrogen 11 foot 3 weight is a medium fast rod that is an ideal setup for anyone interested in European nymphing. With the added length, the angler is able to [Read More]

10 Best Flies for Fall Fishing in Colorado’s Freestone Rivers

    As the days begin to get shorter, nights cooler and many fishermens fancy turns to stalking Bambi there still remains some fantastic uncrowded fishing to be had.  Late fall into early winter provides those who know some of the best Fly fishing of the [Read More]

5 Reasons Fly Fishing Outfitters is Right For Your Family

Searching for Guided Fly Fishing Trips in Colorado? If you and your family are super-excited about fly fishing and interested in booking a guided trip, Fly Fishing Outfitters is the company for you! We’re the Orvis-endorsed fly fishing guides of Vail Valley, and are always [Read More]

The Art of European Nymphing with Jason Lieverst

Join us at FLY FISHING OUTFITTERS 9am Saturday, October 10th. for a comprehensive workshop on the techniques of European Nymphing.  The day’s events will be hosted by FFO guide Jason Lieverst. About Jason Lieverst Jason has been a competitor for over 25 years, and has [Read More]

Gear Review of the New Orvis Access Waders/Boots

The Orvis Access Wading Boot – Rubber, as with Orvis wading boots before it, is designed to accommodate the needs of the professional fishing guide. Those who have fished for decades trust the Orvis brand, and with good reason—the boots are comfortable and durable, and [Read More]

Why Fall is the Best Time of Year for Fly Fishing in Colorado

Oktoberfest, Elk hunting, Football and Fly fishing! It’s Fall in Colorado and we couldn’t be happier.  The crowds of summer all but gone the water temperature are ideal for dry flies and it’s the start of Streamer season! As long as I can remember whether [Read More]

The Mystery of the Suicidal Grasshopper

As the Dog days of summer warm the rivers and the hatches of Caddis and Stonflies begin to wane many seasoned fly angler looks to the  fly box that has now found its way to the bottom of the boat bag or the forgotten vest [Read More]

The Rebirth of the Eagle River.

The Eagle River has cut it’s way through the Vail Valley  from the top of Tennessee pass to it’s confluence with the Colorado River some 70 plus miles of diverse fishing opportunity that range from  high mountain  pocket water to a large meandering valley floor [Read More]

A good Guide can be the Key to catching the Fly-fishing Bub

good guide can be the key to catching the fly-fishing bug There are essentially three ways to learn how to fly-fish: through a mentor, through a guide or winging it on your own By Scott Willoughby The Denver Post POSTED:   06/30/2015 10:26:48 PM MDTADD [Read More]