On the Fly column: We’ve got water for every style of fly fishing
Credit: Scott Spooner, Post Independent
One of the major reasons I (and many of you) live here is because there is a piece of water for every approach and style of fly fishing in the Roaring Fork Valley. The “newest” (in fact, oldest) style of fly fishing is called Tenkara, which uses very long, collapsible rods with no reel. The fly line simply comes off the tip of the rod, and once you add a leader section and a fly, you’re fishing! This new/old style particularly lends itself to children and our smaller streams and feeder creeks, and can present dries and nymphs quite well.
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