It must have been something special to have fished Colorado back in the day. Back when fishing was far less popular and a puddle could produce some bucknasty fish. Angling pressure meant having too many pike in one area while the lure of choice was anything with a hook. Fishing has grown exponentially over the years. New anglers are now roaming the state looking for your honey hole and hungry to find that piece of water that has been untouched. I reckon in the coming years those honey holes will be far and few between. Not every new angler will pursue the sport full throttle but enough will. Colorado only has so much water and with a growing population it stands to reason your favorite honey hole will one day be overrun. It’s not the quantity of fish that I worry about but the quality of fish that we can expect here in Colorado. It must have been something special to have fished Colorado back in the day?