After hours of climbing several mountain peaks, traversing rock slides, and clearing our way through the forest, we arrived at the section of river that is whispered about. It was incredible, and reminded me of how lucky we are to live Colorado. We caught plenty of fish on dry flies, including the legendary greenback cutthroat.
It is great fun to fish a stretch of water that is nearby and familiar. But every once in a while, it is important to fish someplace different.
Hey Mike! Great post, the pictures are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Thanks Howard! I appreciate you stopping by!Delete
It's always worth the hike. Even if it hurts. Looks like PERFECT water for a fiberglass fly rod.ReplyDelete
You are right! I'll take one next time...Delete
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Beautiful fish in an enviable place. What more could you ask for!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by! We do live in a great area for exploring new water...I'll keep the posts coming!ReplyDelete
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