Although the sun hasn’t crossed the celestial equator yet, it feels like spring has sprung. Warm sun on the face, birds chirping, snow melting, and fish are on the prowl. It’s the time of year when the big migratory westlope cutthroat are in the system. Now and late fall is about the only time these fish are regularly accessible to a fly angler. Looks like a nice streak of weather is headed our way later this week. Are you going to go find one? Our guides have the winter spots dialed. Enjoy it before is starts snowing again.

Jason Lanier
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