"If fishing is a religion, fly fishing is high church." -Tom Brokaw
The thaw is on and so is the bite here in Colorado. Spring is one of the best times you can be on the water and with some heat on the way from mother nature now is the time to wet a line.
You may have noticed lately that wtotf has been slow to update fishing reports and news items, we are currently retooling much of the site and in the process some of our pages will not be available or are under construction. We hope to have it up and running as soon as possible, so please excuse our mess. - Mike M. wtotf founder.
Mike with a nice Spinney buck. Photo K.. Pitney.
Need more in depth information on the trout waters in Colorado? Check out our current conditions page to see how the rivers are shaping up and what the trout may be moved into eating.
wild trout on the fly.com is located along Colorado's front range and we are within hours of some of the most incredible fly fishing in the Colorado Rockies. This means we get to fish all the rivers and lakes in our reports on a regular basis.
Not only are fishing conditions updated regularly but you will also find access to current flow rates (if there are trout in it, we have the flows), current weather, fly shops and local guides that can help you find the trout you've been searching for.
Rainbow. Photo M. Miller.
Mr. Brown. Photo M. Miller.
This site is always expanding so if there is information that you need and cannot find it here, please check our links page or contact us at email@example.com and we will be more than happy to point you in the right direction so you can find what you are looking for. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience our updates may cause. Thank you once again for visiting wild trout on the fly.com.