I was born here in Colorado, in Denver, and raised in Westminster. My Grandfather took me fishing for the first time when I was four years old. He was fly fishing, and I had a Zebco, push button bait setup with an earthworm. He caught one fish, and I caught none, it was so fun I have been fishing now since 1962.
My guiding status started in 2015, in Colorado Springs with Anglers Covey.
The majority of my fishing has been here in Colorado searching for trout of all sizes. A small creek has trophy trout in there, which would be the largest fish the environment of the creek can support, as small as 8 inches, yet the largest fish in the water. My largest trout is a 34 inch Brown Trout.
I enjoy working with fly fishers of all levels of experience. It is very enjoyable to introduce clients of all ages to the world of fly fishing, and I hope they like it enough to keep fishing. Those with more experience are also great to take and search for large fish. I get very excited when my clients hook and land a beautiful trout.
I love to tie the flies I use and give to my clients, and because of that I have a some different details on an few of the popular types of flies.
I do enjoy a Coors Banquet beer after a day on the water, but if I get to camp I will change over quickly to a bourbon.
Tight lines to you, and remember the least amount of line out off of the reel the better the chance you have to land the fish.