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Beat the crowds of inner tubes and rafts to this river in the early morning and you could be surprised at the size of the fish swimming in downtown Boise. (May 2006)Boise River 'Bows & Browns

Boise River 'Bows & Browns

October 04, 2010

Beat the crowds of inner tubes and rafts to this river in the early morning and you could be...

Flyfishermen gather along the banks of the Arkansas River from April right on through Mother's Day, taking advantage of one of Colorado's most prolific bug hatches. (June 2006)Momma's Caddis Hatch

Momma's Caddis Hatch

Roger Wheaton - October 04, 2010

Flyfishermen gather along the banks of the Arkansas River from April right on through Mother's...

It's time to put away the lawn equipment, grab a rod and target the legends of fall!Rocky Mountain Brown Trout

Rocky Mountain Brown Trout

October 04, 2010

It's time to put away the lawn equipment, grab a rod and target the legends of fall!

Contrary to the dour opinions of some Centennial State anglers, there are plenty of rivers offering quality rainbow trout fishing these days.Colorado's Rainbow Strongholds

Colorado's Rainbow Strongholds

October 04, 2010

Contrary to the dour opinions of some Centennial State anglers, there are plenty of rivers...

New Mexico's Pecos River and its many tributaries offer some of the most productive and varied high-country trout angling in the state.Pecos Trout

Pecos Trout

October 04, 2010

New Mexico's Pecos River and its many tributaries offer some of the most productive and varied...

For anglers willing to play the midwinter game of tiny trout flies and light tippets on the Yampa, Blue, Frying Pan and Taylor rivers, the epic fly-fishing for pig-sized rainbow trout can be nothing short of a miracle.Chasing Those Colorado Trout Blues Away

Chasing Those Colorado Trout Blues Away

October 04, 2010

For anglers willing to play the midwinter game of tiny trout flies and light tippets on the...

After years of drought, Colorado anglers enjoyed wetter and better trout fishing last year, and the trout outlook for 2005 appears to be a bright one, as long as the weather cooperates!Colorado Trout Outlook

Colorado Trout Outlook

October 04, 2010

After years of drought, Colorado anglers enjoyed wetter and better trout fishing last year,...

The Logan includes 50 miles of fishable water, with trout populations that rival the most famous fisheries in the state. If you like big fish, big water and no company, there's nothing like it in Utah. (March 2006)All Alone On Utah's Logan River

All Alone On Utah's Logan River

Brian K. Jones - October 04, 2010

The Logan includes 50 miles of fishable water, with trout populations that rival the most...

Montana's Beaverhead River seems too small to hold a lot of large trout and yet, somehow, it keeps trophy anglers thigh deep in big browns and 'bows.Beaverhead Trout

Beaverhead Trout

October 04, 2010

Montana's Beaverhead River seems too small to hold a lot of large trout and yet, somehow, it...

Here's your first look at all of Colorado's hottest places to fish in 2006. (March 2006)Centennial State Trout Outlook

Centennial State Trout Outlook

October 04, 2010

Here's your first look at all of Colorado's hottest places to fish in 2006. (March 2006)

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