Guide Profile | Cody DeGuelle

Fisheries Manager Cody DeGuelle is a Staff Guide and Colorado State University graduate with degrees in Wildlife Biology and Fisheries Biology. A third generation fly fisherman, he has found a niche guiding and working as a integral part of our fisheries management and stream improvement team. Cody is eager to share his stories and knowledge with anyone that is open to new strategies and ideas. The best thing about fishing with Cody is that you learn where the fish are, what they are eating, why they are in a specific location and why they are keyed in on a certain size and color of bug. Unlocking the biological puzzle will significantly improve your hook-ups in any body of water.

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Espy Ranch

Learn to Catch Trout, Private Water

Date: Sat, Jul 8
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
3 spaces available
Fly Fishing 102 - Learn to Catch a Trout in one day on one of our private waters.
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Colorado Fishing Report

Lincoln Hills Fly Fishing LOCATION: Lincoln Hills
TRIP DATE: Sun, 25 Jun 2017
NUMBER OF ANGLERS: 3
TIME ON WATER: 4 hours
NUMBER OF HOOKUPS: 15
NUMBER LANDED: 24
RATING: GREAT  
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Colorado’s Greenback Cutthroat
– Jun 18, 2017

Colorado’s last remaining pure genetic Greenback Cutthroat population lives in Bear Creek, which is about 20 minutes Southwest of Colorado Springs, has become a top priority for Colorado Parks and Wildlife. A native trout that was once thought extinct is making a comeback due to the hard work of Cheyenne Mountain’s Trout Unlimited branch as […]

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