22 06, 2015

Tough Bait Bite Set to Improve At Colorado’s Elevenmile


By Chris Shaffer | 06/22/2015 No matter how good of an angler you are there are times when fishing is poor. Slow days happen even with the most veteran professional guides. This was the case for us last week in Rockies at Elevenmile Reservoir. Known as one of the premier fishing spots in Colorado, we [...]

Tough Bait Bite Set to Improve At Colorado’s Elevenmile2018-04-18T19:04:41-07:00
21 06, 2015

Colorado’s DeWeese Reservoir Trout Biting


By Chris Shaffer | 06/21/2015 Fishing a new lake for the first time can be intimidating, particularly when you have no knowledge of where to fish, don’t personally know anyone who’s fished the lake and there’s no tackle shops in the area with updated reports. Meanwhile, last week in Southern Colorado, even with the above [...]

Colorado’s DeWeese Reservoir Trout Biting2018-04-18T19:04:42-07:00
17 06, 2015

Caney Fork Kicking Out Lots of Tennessee Rainbows


By Chris Shaffer | 06/17/2015 The bite was good and bad last week on Central Tennessee’s Caney Fork. If you were a bait chucker the early morning and late evening yielded easy hookups. Once the sun hit the water, on the other hand, the bite stalled. At that point, fly guys hammered the trout as [...]

Caney Fork Kicking Out Lots of Tennessee Rainbows2018-04-18T19:04:42-07:00
14 06, 2015

Kentucky’s Cumberland Rainbows


By Chris Shaffer | 06/14/2015 Near the small city of Burkesville, Kentucky, the Cumberland River boasts tall, steep, muddy banks, offers little public access and harbors a massive number of quality trout. We didn’t have a boat. Fortunately, we know Johnny Rush of Rainbow Guide Service, who has a boat. Rush has been guiding this [...]

Kentucky’s Cumberland Rainbows2018-04-18T19:04:44-07:00
7 06, 2015