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    Re: Colorado trip

    All you young boobs will probably end up in a weed shop and spend your time on the couch saying things like "whoa dude, imagine how cool fishing would be out here", or, "damn, I wish it was snowing, I hear skiing in Colorado is awesome bra"....

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    Re: Colorado trip

    To be a great nymph fisherman you have to be high.


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    Re: Colorado trip

    Just hit the San Juan with some solid fish, all fish were caught on dry dropper rigs with 50/50 split. Good water flow throughout pagosa area.
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    Re: Colorado trip

    Well, back from our trip. I guess runoff was a larger problem in the front range than I imagined. Most rivers in the area were running too high to fish. We ended up fishing for brookies at Bear Creek and another mountain stream draining from Lake Isabelle near Boulder. A large Adams and royal wulff seemed to do the trick.

    Managed to get down to the South Platte in Deckers for half a day and despite getting skunked, it was the prettiest scenery I've had the opportunity to fish in.

    I think next time I have to spend a good two weeks out there to really appreciate all the opportunities that state has to offer. Of course, I'm strictly talking about just the fishing!

    My buddy is in the film business so he put together this short video of us heading up to the lake. His new border collie, Zeek, got a little lazy and we had to lug him on our shoulders a few times. All in all, a nice day out in the wilderness.

    https://vimeo.com/174048456

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