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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Warmwater/ Carp Presentation this Wednesday

    Wednesday, June 6th from 5:30 to 6:30 @ South Shop The river is high and cold, but fish are happily mackin' on Chubbies (#6-#10) in tight to the banks! However, fishing for trout isn't the only way to bend a rod this time of the year. Warmwater fishing is really starting to pick up around town. Between the...
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  7. Big Bugs In The Canyon

      It's that time of the year again folks, and the big bugs are starting to show themselves in the lower canyon! If you have never seen a Salmonfly hatch, right now is the time to fix that. Aaron snapped these photos below Gateway this morning and threw a size six Chubby Chernobyl around just long enough to fool a...
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  8. The High Country is Still Locked Up

    Although its been real warm in town recently, the high country is still locked up. The water is on the rise in the Poudre Canyon, but its still fishing well. Stop by either St. Pete's Fly Shop to get dialed in on the correct patterns.Here's a photo from Joe Wright last weekend.
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  9. Sage Day/ Warm Water

    As many of you have seen flows are rising on the Poudre. While the river can still fish great in high water there's many other fishing options this time of year. Bass are getting active and feeding heavy in the shallows of our local ponds. Carp are hungry and will show you your backing in a hurry, if you haven't...
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  10. Here Comes the Water

      Here Comes the Water...      With the warmer temps the last few days, here comes more flow to the Poudre River!  With the rise in flows, we will see off-color water and some floating debris until full runoff kicks in. However, it’s still a great time to fish with those big bugs showing up more and more...
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