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Halloween with the Colorado River Fairgrounds

The Colorado River fairgrounds are in trouble, much like the Colorado River is when it comes to its water. But the fairground is running into financial problems rather than missing water and fish, and it has been having trouble for a few years now. Luckily, they have been putting on a Halloween fundraiser and we… Continue Reading

Managing the Colorado River through Climate Change

The recent Glen Canyon Dam 50th Anniversary celebration led to some new developments for the Colorado River thanks to the United States Interior Secretary. The Glen Canyon Dam is one of many installations that were set up along the Colorado River and supply large amounts of irrigation and power to the American Northwest. So it… Continue Reading

Colorado River Fishery

A trip to Marble Canyon Outfitters on the Colorado River will treat any fishing enthusiast, expert or beginner, to an unparalleled angling experience offering scenic views of the Grand Canyon and the bounty of a world-class rainbow trout fishery. There are plenty of reasons why this corner of northern Arizona draws anglers from all over… Continue Reading

The US Fishing Industry Adding to Economy

Despite the fishing industry currently accounting for over 90 Billion dollars annually in the United States economy, many people in the industry still believes they need to find new ways to stimulate the fishing world or it might just all sink. It isn’t the current situation of the fishing industry, but the future one that… Continue Reading

Nurse Becomes Fly Fishing Teacher

It can be a scary thing to change your job when you’ve been so heavily invested into it for most of your life. Yet Lori-Ann, a fourth generation nurse who had started working in hospitals at the age of 14, decided to move on from a job that had treated her well for years. It… Continue Reading

Largemouth Bass in the Colorado River

We’re happy to let our readers know that this year, the river has recently been experiencing an influx of one popular fish. As this article published by The Mohave Valley Daily News discusses, numbers of largemouth bass that have been spotted are much higher than usual. The wide expanse of the Colorado River is home… Continue Reading

What is Fly Fishing?

There is nothing more commonly uttered by people who know nothing about fishing than: What is Fly Fishing? In most cases, these beginners think that fly-fishing is some strange special way of fishing where we sit down and try and catch flies with our rods rather than fish. But what most of these people don’t… Continue Reading

Late June-Early July

Hello to all my fellow fishers out there. This has been an epic year so far the fish are day and sassy, and we are seeing great numbers. Scenery is second to none, we have been seeing desert bighorn sheep just about everyday this June, the weather is also good, starting to get a little… Continue Reading

Late May-early June

Hello everyone, Fishing this spring has been fantastic. I have to say something about the health of the fish it is great this year even the little guys are day and fight hard the whole way in. Spring is midge season and this year has been no exception, catching then on #16-#18 in zebra midge… Continue Reading

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