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  1. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Just a heads up!  Both St. Peter's shops will be closed at five tonight, as well as all day on Turkey Day.  However, if you find yourself needing to walk off a belly full of turkey and mashed potatoes on Friday, come on down to either shop and check out the in store specials we have going on!  We have...
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  2. Party time! Excellent!

    It's that time of year again!  The St. Peter's Holiday party is going down at both shops on Wednesday, November 29th from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.  Hit the LINK for more info and we'll see you all on the 29th!
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  3. Trout & Turkey: Holiday forecast is looking great!

    The weather forecast all Thanksgiving week is looking phenomenal.  Consider taking a day to go explore our local waters, they are all in great shape. The Poudre, North Platte, Big Thompson and South Platte, just to name a few.   We are seeing strong midge hatches on all of our rivers and the fish are definitely taking notice and gorging...
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  4. Free Fly Tying Demo Sat. 11/18: Connor Murphy

    St. Peter's Fly Shop's very own Connor Murphy will be putting on a Free Fly Tying Demo on Saturday, November 18th, and this is one you really shouldn't miss. Especially if you just remembered how you never got the half- dozen swing flies you ordered last December, or maybe you just figured they got lost in the mail. Either way...
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  5. Adios, Hopper Fishing

    [caption id="attachment_4110" align="aligncenter" width="347"] (Our new favorite fly bins...)[/caption] Gone are the days of big juicy Hoppers and hefty caddis hatches. As temps are getting lower and days getting shorter, the Cache la Poudre's insect life is beginning to slow down and get smaller. After you toss a few streamers around, it’s time to get that midge box out...
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  6. The Saltwater Sickness - St. Peter's Caley Smith weighs in

    Saltwater Expectations... As winter comes around here in Colorado, many people day dream about warm summer days, fishing comfortably for a variety of species here throughout the state. A lot of people start spending more days on the vice than on the water, but the itch persists regardless of how many flies are tied. A lot of...
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  7. Picture Problems? Me too.

    Most people have trouble taking pictures of their fish due to inherent flipping and flopping… Some of us just have grass that insists on photobombing everything. The struggle is real, folks! Let’s hear it for winter fishing and no grass! And then we go winter fishing where there isn’t grass, and our rod decides...
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  8. Nasty Weather, Piggy Payoff

    More often than not, it pays off pig, I mean BIG time to fish in nasty weather on stillwaters. Trout loose their inhibitions under dark skies and changing barometers can make them do some silly things...like eat artificial flies with reckless abandon. Our good friend and customer, Mike, decided to cash in on the silliness before the weather got any...
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  9. An "All New Classic" - Grant's Thoughts on the Scott G Series Fly Rod

      Many of us can remember our first high quality dry fly fishing rod. Mine was an original Scott G Rod, of which many years later was upgraded to the "G2." Recently, Scott Fly Rods released a new version of the classic rod with the throw-back name the "G Series." This fly rod family has a number of fantastic...
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  10. Trick or Treat

    Hopefully everybody has finally come down from the sugar highs from Halloween.  We found it fitting to throw up one of our all time favorite fall and early winter streamers for those arm wrenching eats we crave so much this time of year.  And it just so happens to be called the Trick or Treat.  Weird.  Give it the down...
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