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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)

The San Juan River in northwestern New Mexico offers some of the best winter trout fishing in the entire Southwest. Even so, this doesn't mean that it comes without pitfalls and frustrations. (January 2006)Mastering the San Juan's Winter Moods

Mastering the San Juan's Winter Moods

October 04, 2010

The San Juan River in northwestern New Mexico offers some of the best winter trout fishing in...

Big fish? Little fish? It's hard to beat the Valles Caldera National Preserve for serene fishing and high-mountain solitude, where luck of the draw tempers the fishing at New Mexico's newest brown trout venue.Fly-fishing The Valles Caldera

Fly-fishing The Valles Caldera

October 04, 2010

Big fish? Little fish? It's hard to beat the Valles Caldera National Preserve for serene...

Tailwaters are among the finest trout fisheries anywhere. Lee's Ferry, San Juan, Green, Kootenai, South Fork Snake, Big Horn and South Platte are seven of the Rockies' best.Tailwater Tour

Tailwater Tour

October 04, 2010

Tailwaters are among the finest trout fisheries anywhere. Lee's Ferry, San Juan, Green,...

Native trout conservation in the West involves more subspecies of cutthroat trout than any other, and the results of those efforts are giving anglers more and more opportunities throughout the Rocky Mountain states.Cutthroat Country!

Cutthroat Country!

October 04, 2010

Native trout conservation in the West involves more subspecies of cutthroat trout than any...

Rich in history and full of fish, the Roaring Fork River in western Colorado is one of the few remaining free-flowing rivers in the state, and it's Colorado's best freestone stream to boot.Spring Angling on Colorado's Roaring Fork River

Spring Angling on Colorado's Roaring Fork River

Joel Evans - October 04, 2010

Rich in history and full of fish, the Roaring Fork River in western Colorado is one of the few...

Veteran Arizona anglers know where to get winter lunkers on this pair of reservoirs.Canyon & Saguaro Lakes

Canyon & Saguaro Lakes

Rory Aikens - October 04, 2010

Veteran Arizona anglers know where to get winter lunkers on this pair of reservoirs.

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