Posted on July 22 2005
Ex-guide and Lyons, Colorado resident Todd Hosman is the author of Fly Fishing Rocky Mountain National Park and an expert in finding trout in places other anglers wouldn’t think of looking. “Ask him if he has fished all the park waters – high lakes, creeks, beaver ponds, the works – and he answers decisively, ‘Yes.’ His enthusiasm for secluded spots and unspoiled fish is boundless. His casts in tight spots are elegant and precise. He doesn’t mind suffering. He will slog through fens bubbling with methane and bristling with beaver cuttings to admire trout wild as blossoms.” Ed Dentry in the Rocky Mountain News.