September 23, 2007 Corporate Fly Fishing-Private Water on The South Platte River

Date: Sept. 23, 2007

Location: North Fork Ranch

Number of Anglers: 10

Guide: Tad Howard, Blaine Haskell, Fred Gray, Andy Stutz

Weather: Sunny; beautiful late summer day.

River Condition: Water temps in the 50’s. Flow 70 cfs.Water has fair to good visibility.

The fishing started out good and got even better as the day went on!  Every angler in the group landed plenty of trout and  had a lot of fun.  Nymph fishing was the most effective method, although at the end of the day several anglers found success
on dry flies and dry-dropper rigs.

This was a great day on the water as there was splendid weather, outstanding fishing, and great camaraderie.

Corporate fly fishing outings offer a great way to show appreciation to valued customers and employees as well as bring teams together in an informal relaxing setting to enjoy the outdoors and get to know each other better.

Will with a beautiful brown trout from the South Platte River.

Big rainbow on this fun corporate outing.

Brian and Buzz with a great double.

Brian with one of his many hogs fly fishing with Colorado Trout Hunters.

Will with the big trout of the day. Great looking rainbow.