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  1. Fly Fishing Films Rewind and Brew Time

    Have you ever grown bored watching dorado smoke-check bucktail streamers? Ever get tired of watching flyline scorch across the placid surface of a Keys flat, in a futile effort to keep up with the 'poon attached to the end? Ever yawn as a Hardy Perfect starts howling, screaming in protest as a wild steelhead finds a skated dry and goes...
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  2. Beat the January Blues

    How to Beat the January Blues Step 1: Tie Flies If you are a fly tyer, you already know all about the medicinal value of tying flies when faced with F.W.S. (Fishing Withdrawal Symptoms). Nothing like banging out a dozen droppers, a grip of goldies, or an pile of PMX's to scratch the ever-present itch. If tying  doesn't...
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  3. St. Peter's 2018 Holiday Gift Guide

      Our 2018 Gift Guide is here!  Every year we like to gather up an outstanding collection of our favorite products for the holiday season.  Each page is linked to our online store if you would like more information on a product.  Or better yet, stop by either shop, grab a hard copy, and we'll take it from there.  We're...
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  4. Tying Demo Season

    Alllllrighty folks, time to put Halloween decorations back in the attic and dust off those vices because tying season has arrived! If you're like us, sometimes it takes a little motivation to get to twistin'. Come get inspired and watch some of the best local fly tiers showcase their favorite patterns and talk fishing! Join us every other Saturday at...
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  5. Its Almost November!

    As temperatures begin to really drop, the Poudre is fishing extremely well. With the month of October wrapping up and winter approaching, there are still a lot of fishing opportunities to look forward to. Streamer fishing and small nymphs are beginning to become more effective, but don't put away your dry fly box yet. Blue wing olive and midge dries...
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  6. Brush Up on Your Snap T!

      Even though its only August, the St. Pete's Crew is already buzzing with anticipation for cooler temps and and streamer eatin' trout. A two handed presentation is our favorite way to show these more aggressive fish our favorite combinations of marabou and deer hair, and flash. Spey Classes are filling up! We have added another...
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  7. SUP Fellas (and Ladies)?

    SUPin' Season is upon us! With flows dropping and water temperatures rising, August is a perfect time to capitalize on our warm water fishing opportunities, and he St Pete's crew is fired up. There is no better way to pepper the banks with poppers and clousers, or slide into casting range of a tailing "prairie permit," than by way of...
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  8. Cool Off in the Belly Boat

      Well, fellow fishers, we're getting into mid-summer and some hot days here at St. Peter's Fly Shop .  A perfect time to head up to one of the plethora of high(er) elevation trout lakes to sit in some cool water and reel in fish! Float tubing is an easy  way to access lakes, and to try some different...
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  9. July Already?

    Welcome everyone to July, which brings barbecues, scorching temperatures, forest fires, bugs, and fishing! Bailey was able to experience many of these things down on the Arkansas in Buena Vista. Rafting down that bony river served as a reminder for the lack of water in the Southern region of our state. Clear flows and exposed rocks made for more technical...
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  10. What's That Sound

    Well folks it's starting to feel a lot like summertime, and we think hot days and cold rivers go together like Chubbys and Dry Shake. If you have been in the canyon at all you might have heard some clickin' in the trees: music to the ears of dry fly junkies everywhere. Aaron Alexander thinks they sound like Ryan Adams...
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