Re: Snowmass/Aspen Fishing Question
Roaring Fork below Aspen has some public stretches. You'll have to get a map and watch for signs to get on them. But that is the best shot at a whitey. The closer to carbondale you get the better the odds on them.
There are several creeks and small lakes in the area that have brookies. Near the summit of independence pass at the old town site there are some beaver ponds that are loaded with small brookies. Stop by the forest service office in aspen and the will have maps to direct you to some of the walk in type lakes.
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