Field Report

Top 5 Colorado Trout Fishing Rivers

May 11, 2020 Hall and Hall

Colorado trout fishing is an experience that you don’t want to miss. Trophy fish, stunning scenery, and gorgeous summer weather will have you scheduling your next trip back before you have even left. There are many famous rivers all over the state with esteemed trout fishing, but we’ve selected our top five to give you a starting place.

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Field Report

Top 5 Montana Trout Fishing Rivers

May 8, 2020 Hall and Hall

Montana trout fishing is some of the best in the country - they don't call it the "Treasure State" for no reason. There are many famous rivers all over the state with esteemed trout fishing, but we've selected our top five to give you a starting place.

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Field Report

Bass Fly Fishing – Here’s What You Need to Know

May 6, 2020 Hall and Hall

Bass fly fishing is often overlooked by anglers who get distracted by all of the prevailing opportunities within the Northern and Southern Rockies.  Fly fishing for bass is a natural progression for experienced bass fishermen looking for a new challenge, or for experienced fly fisherman who wish to tackle a new species. Fishing for freshwater bass (specifically smallouth and largemouth) can be one of the most intense and rewarding experiences on a fly rod.

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Ranches For Sale

Wyoming Ranch with All of the Amenities Featured in Forbes

May 1, 2020 Forbes

Looking for a Wyoming ranch with all of the amenities? Located six miles southeast of Ten Sleep, the Red Reflet Ranch can only be described as one of the most complete diversified recreational ranches that we have had the honor of representing. It operates on over 28,500 acres, which consist of a series of large deeded tracts (nearly 6,600 acres) with critical resources tied together with thousands of acres of public lands on which the ranch has grazing privileges.

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Field Report

Privatizing River Access – What’s Gained and Lost for Anglers

April 21, 2020 Outdoor Life

Privatizing river access is a controversial topic among anglers, especially those in Montana and Wyoming, where the two states have vastly different approaches. While Montana allows wade-fishing on almost every stream whether on public or private land, Wyoming streams often feature signs announcing private property where permission is needed to continue fishing.

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