I couldnt have said this better my self
Front Range Anglers Fishing Report: Getting the Most from a Guided Trip: A few days ago I got an email from a customer complaining about a guided trip he arranged in Estes Park through an outfitter I will not name...
Thursday, July 26, 2012
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
I have been extremely busy guiding this year and have had little time to post. The clutch went out on my 4runner and now Im down from work for a couple days so I thought I would catch up on my blog and post some pictures as well. This summer has been REALLY good for fishing on the front range. With the exception of the fires that torched Colorado Springs, and the Cache la Poudre Canyon, everything has been fishing great. The Big Thompson has been fishing well in the mornings as of late, but the water temps in the afternoons have been reaching the mid to upper 60's which is bad for the fish and could kill them if fought too hard or too long. Boulder creek has been fishing well also as the grey drakes are tapering off and the green drakes start hatching fishing should continue to improve as well as the hopper fishing. Clear creek still has plenty of water and the hopper fishing just gets better and better. I have also done quite a few trips to Rocky Mountain National Park and I will now post some pictures from the park trips I have done recently.