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05-08-2018 08:43 PM
pistoldog
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Originally Posted by BlueJackets View Post
Thanks again for all the input! Pulled my first Rainbow ever out of Dillon today! Made sure to get him right back in the water.
Good job!

Keep at it!

05-08-2018 01:57 PM
nagami subscribed, this seems like a very interesting thread
05-07-2018 08:52 AM
troutbiscuits Awesome Blue Jackets! You mentioned using plastics... I have good luck for trout on tube jigs. There are times when nothing else seems to trigger them so it is worth keeping a few in your box. I have had the most luck on white, and crawfish colors in a variety of sizes up to 4 inches. If your going for lake trout, you can throw even bigger tubes.
05-05-2018 05:39 PM
BlueJackets Thanks again for all the input! Pulled my first Rainbow ever out of Dillon today! Made sure to get him right back in the water.
05-04-2018 05:36 AM
tuantranbk
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Originally Posted by Pete-G View Post
Please don't bait fish unless you plan on eating what you catch.
Yeah. it's true for me.
04-27-2018 04:16 PM
Rip Lip Spend some time south of Breck in South Park. 11-mile reservoir, Spinney Mountain Reservoir, and Antero Res. are great bodies of water with some big trout. 11-Mile and Spinney have good numbers of Northern Pike too. The South Platte river in South Park can be fun to fish too. Just know the regulations in terms of fly and lure only, or bait allowed, bag and possession limits etc. As long as you are within the regs, don't worry about what others are doing in terms of fly fishing or spin fishing. Give people space, be courteous, and have fun. Over time you will find places you like to fish and you will keep going back. Within 100 miles of Breck, you have years and years of exploring fishy spots.
04-26-2018 12:36 PM
walleye seeker there is a lot of info on here it has just gone to PMs
04-26-2018 11:00 AM
Pete-G Oh ok. I was trying to think of a fishing spot named House Rock. I know nothing about it. I never eat out. I'm too cheap........not true. I'm too poor.

Eating out to me is bringing my lunch. I do that a lot.
04-26-2018 10:55 AM
DrCloud Oh, sorry -- There's the House Rock Kitchen on Main Street, which we were told was named after House Rock, a big boulder in the Ark a bit north of town. I think it's approximately below the end of CR304, downstream of Hop Gulch, where that railroad bridge used to be.

We spent several days at Liars Lodge a couple of years ago, and fishing that part of the stream was quite nice (although House Rock isn't necessarily a good spot, in reality). HPH
04-26-2018 10:31 AM
Pete-G In that case. House Rock isn't ringing a bell? Splain.
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