Guided Trips

UPDATE: 4/30/2015 -- Bugs, bugs bugs! Light colors are now here in force. Today, when the hatch started, the fish were on sulfurs and ate those for a while. Then the blue-winged olives started and the fish made the switch. When we changed patterns we were back in business. Later, the fish switched again to Pale Evening Duns. These big yellow mayflies really get the attention of the trout and anglers should pay close attention to see what the fish are taking. By careful observation and willingness to change patterns, you can keep catching fish all day.

Warm water options are heating up and I'm offering 1/2 day trips in the Cookeville/Crossville area for anyone wanting to target bass, bluegill and shellcracker and trout all in one trip. This will only last a short time as the water will soon warm too much for the trout so get on this trip option in the next couple of weeks.

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Photo of the Month: Dry Flies and Brook Trout

Photo of the Month: Dry Flies and Brook Trout

Monday, December 16, 2013

Still Some Left

After the recent arctic outbreak here in Colorado, I'm sure that most people don't want to be reminded of how good they could have it.  You know, those nice fall days where the colors are peaking but the daytime temperatures are still reasonable...?  Or maybe you will think of spring with its increasing BWO hatches and hungry trout.  Anyway, whatever it is, I discovered I still have some fall pictures left, quite a lot of them actually.  So here are a few more of my favorites from back in October.

The Flatirons after an early season snow shower

Nature's Canvass in the upper Crystal River Valley

County Rd. 12 approaching Kebbler Pass

Marcellina Mountain

Aspen near Kebbler Pass

6 comments:

  1. David
    I can see where you would not want to leave this place. Outstanding images ---My son and I will wetting the flies you tied for me tomorrow on the tailrace. What did the Fish of the Year 2012 weight--thanks for sharing

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    1. Bill, that's a good question. I'm not sure how much that fish weighed. Maybe I need to get one of those scales that attach to a net...

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  2. Stunning photographs David.

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  3. I have been enjoying the warmer weather. Not having to wear a coat around to stay warm is certainly less hassle, and I am sure it is easier to fish without having to cut out a hole in the ice at -11 degrees before you can start. Colorado really does have some amazing views too. As beautiful as the snow can be, it can often cover other beautiful aspects beneath it.

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    1. Thanks for reading James!

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