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Posts Tagged With ‘ fly fishing ’


Fishing in Fall: Boulder Creek

October 7th, 2023

Each day, the stars come out a little bit earlier, there is a slight chill in the mornings, and the leaves appear a little yellower than they did last week. This means that tubing Boulder Creek is coming to an end and that unfinished alpine climbs may need to wait until next summer. However, as fall approaches, new opportunities arise and that slight chill starts to feel pretty good as you run, bike, or fish the Front Range. Over the next couple of weeks, the water levels along the Front Range will start to fall, yet there is plenty of time left for an amazing fishing season in Boulder. Rivers... Read More

Outdoor Pic of the Day – Fishing in Boulder!

October 7th, 2023

photo credit: Tony Harman      Read More

Hooked on Fishing? Boulder is Your Perfect Spot to Reel ‘Em In!

July 20th, 2023

Boulder located at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, is widely considered a fisherman’s paradise. With its abundance of freshwater streams and lakes, the city offers a diverse range of fishing opportunities for anglers of all skill levels. One of the most popular spots for fishing in Boulder is Boulder Creek, a stream that runs through the heart of the city. The creek is known for its excellent trout fishing, with rainbow, brown, and cutthroat trout being the most commonly caught species. Boulder Creek offers both wild and stocked trout, making it an ideal location for both experienced... Read More

Faces of Boulder- Pic of the Day!

July 1st, 2015

Meet Harris! Harris is originally from Chicago, Illinois; but moved to Colorado several years ago to study Integrated Physiology at CU.  Since he’s been in Colorado, he has picked up fly fishing which has quickly become one of his favorite pastimes.  He currently works at Rocky Mountain Anglers on Arapahoe to hopefully spread the joy fishing can bring! “I have a two hour lunch break today, and it only takes me thirty minutes to eat.  So I figured, why not catch a couple of fish?”  Read More