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Old 08-05-2016, 10:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default North Fork of South Platte at Buffalo Creek

Does anyone know if there is public access to this stretch of stream? I found a thread on another forum that indicates there is, but wanted to check here as well. Thanks for any info!

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Used to fish around there in the 70s and 80s.
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Used to fish around there in the 70s and 80s.
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There is a lot of access around there. I'd look off of Foxton Road where it goes down and ends at the N Platte, either left of right from there and you can find spots to fish.

This time of year hoppers would be a good bet on a fly rod or try a small panther martin black with yellow spots for spinning.

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I learned to tie and bait my own shit in foxton canyon when i was a kid. Fished the fox for 10 years untill the canyon flooded. Constant 20"+ browns and bows back then. Its never been the same sense the 90s. I did fish it like 3 or 4 years ago and i only bagged one 7" brookie in a few hours. If there is anything worth size in there that has made it this far its prob been taken just like any other stream. I tend not to keep trout, it reminds me of my ex for some reason...
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Basically stocker type trout, 12-16" ers. Mostly bows.
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