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  1. Local Stillwaters

    Joe Wright Reservoir, Zimmerman Lake, Red Feather Lakes, and Delaney Buttes...these are just several of the phenomenal stillwater resources (and perhaps the best kept secret for flyfisherman) in the Front Range and North Park areas. Add to that the numerous publicly available ponds both within and beyond Fort Collins and you have a flyfisherman's sanity check when our streams are...
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  2. Laramie River Wyoming

    A beautiful, intimate stream of modest gradient populated with brown trout. Rich in aquatic life, the hatch we focus on primarily is the western green drake which typically makes its appearance mid-June and lasts through mid-July. We have access to approximately 5 miles of private water on a working cattle ranch in addition to the public sections of the drainage...
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  3. Encampment

    Beginning just east of the Continental Divide in northern Colorado, the Encampment River flows north into Wyoming almost immediately on its brief journey to join the North Platte. Immediately after leaving Colorado, the river drops through an 18 mile protected wilderness canyon that can only be described as spectacular. For the best experience of this river, take two or three...
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  4. Upper North Platte

    Saratoga, Wyoming Solitude, beauty, and diversity best describe the two hundred and sixty or so miles of trout water on the North Platte. The snow fields of three wilderness areas give birth to this amazing fishery which begins in Colorado and flows north into Wyoming around the Snowy and Laramie mountain ranges before turning south east towards Nebraska. The upper North...
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  5. Rocky Mountain National Park

    Estes Park, Colorado Located just outside of Estes Park, The Rocky Mountain National Park is home to the headwaters of three readily recognizable trout rivers: the Colorado, the Cache La Poudre, and the Big Thompson. Rocky Mountain National Park holds 150 alpine lakes and a web of rivers and streams. All told, there are perhaps 50 lakes and approximately 150...
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  6. Grey Reef WY.

    For our purposes, the Miracle Mile and Grey Reef tailwaters make up the lower North Platte. While not as aesthetically pleasing as the upper reaches of the river, the lower reaches of the river on its way to Nebraska provide year round opportunities to catch some truly large trout. While some public sections provide wade opportunities, this is primarily drift...
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  7. Big Thompson

    The Big Thompson river is a year round fishery that is steep in gradient and made up largely of pocket water, it is a river with easy access. Highway 34 runs along most of the river from Loveland, up to Estes Park. With its headwaters starting in Rocky Mountain National Park, it meanders through the town of Estes Park and...
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  8. About Us

    St. Peter's Old Town Located in a Victorian home from the 1800’s, St. Peter’s Fly Shop provides a very unique environment for our customers and is a must stop for all anglers visiting Colorado's Front Range. Loaded with the best fly selection. St. Peters Old Town 202 Remington St. Ft. Collins, CO. 80524 970-498-8968 ...
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  9. Costa de Cocos December 2015

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