How should you go about cleaning and storing your fly rod and it’s affiliated parts? What is the safest and most efficient way to travel with your fly gear? A little homework up front will certainly pay off in the long run.
Reaching 126 miles long, the Animas River is one of the last free-flowing rivers in the state of Colorado. Beginning in the Needle Mountains of the San Juan Mountain Range, these waters rush along Cinnamon Mountain and cascade through wild canyons before flowing through Silverton, Colorado. As it exits Silverton, the Animas races for Durango, Colorado, where a section of the water holds a Colorado Gold Medal fishing destination title. Once out of the Durango territory, the Animas sees its ultimate resting place in New Mexico where it merges with the San Juan River near the city of Aztec.
Jen Ripple is the Owner and Editor-in-Chief of DUN Magazine, an international fly fishing lifestyle magazine geared toward the female angling population. I was lucky enough to get to sit down and talk with her. Here is that interview.