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We are Orvis Endorsed, with thousands of hours on the water. We do it because our true office is the river and our passion is to show you...

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Angler's Covey is not just a fly shop but a complete fly fishing learning center. We offer all levels of classes and welcome newcomers...

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With over 6,000 sq.ft., we are a Fly Fishing Super Store. Choose between hundreds of rods and then cast them on our ponds along with...

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Angler's Blog' November 22, 2015 Go-To Flies for Winter Tailwaters We asked some of our guides at Angler’s Covey for their top go-to flies for fishing our local tailwaters. In this blog, we focus on patterns for winter fly fishing. Jon Easdon gives us his top patterns for Cheesman Canyon. Scott Voyles and Robert Younghanz report in on their choice patterns. Finally, Greg Blessing and Dave Herber suggest patterns that are deadly on all tailwaters. November 22, 2015 Fishing Is Healing: Behind the Journey of a Warrior Meet Saul Martinez, retired Army infantryman and Purple Heart recipient and learn how fly fishing changed him forever. When the attacks on the United States occurred on September 11, 2001, Saul Martinez was a high school sophomore in Bloomington, California. As a young adult, Martinez carried a deep appreciation and strong sense of patriotism for the United States that naturally lead to a growing curiosity about the military. After the attacks on his country, it was no longer a question of if he was going to enlist; it was a matter of when. October 30, 2015 Caution: The Ark's flows will fluctuate 11/2-11/4 We received word from Colorado Springs Utilities that they will be conducting some testing on their valve systems on the Arkansas River below Pueblo Dam on Monday, November 2 through Wednesday, November 4. Flows are expected to bounce from 60 cfs to over 1000 cfs during that time. That means it's not a good time to be in or even on the banks of the river! Play it safe and find another place to fish during this time and shortly thereafter. View All Blog Posts