Colorado Man Takes Winter Fly Fishing to New Level

Riding a chunk of ice down a river is a great way to nominate yourself for a Darwin Award and find yourself in waders flooded with ice-cold water. Which leads us to the question: Why is it always a Colorado angler doing the ice rodeo?

In this case, the angler Cade Pierce and his wife Morgan were enjoying a weekend winter fly fishing trip when Cade decided to ride a flow to get a better drift. Cade said his ride did not result in any fish but will be a ride he’ll remember for years to come. You can see an interview with Cade and Morgan below.

Read more about the ride, here!

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