Looking for trout in numbers. Willing to hike for it. Thanks for your help!lots of water, lots of species. What you lookin to catch? Trout? You want size or numbers? How much are you willing to hike?
Just trying to narrow it down for ya.
Any suggestions of good spinning lures/flies for Deckers in late April that I should bring?
Thanks for your help. My friend has an SUV, not sure if it is a 4x4.Trout in numbers... For small, cookie-cutter browns in large numbers, hit up Clear Creek between Golden and Georgetown.
There are several streams where you can hike and get into a bunch of brookies, but I'd rather not post those online. Will you have access to a 4x4 vehicle?
Looks awesome! What is tough about it? I won't be able to pack my waders and not sure if my friends I'm visiting are as equipped for fishing as I am, is it possible to shore fish deckers?Deckers can be tough. I'd suggest Elevenmile canyon.
Now that is funny! Everything sucks on this forum, Brookie. The suckiness of life and the poetics of shitness, that is what makes this site great! :biggrin1: On a serious note, fishing does not suck here but it could be better (maybe, possibly). It is probably pretty good if you like trout (I could not tell you because I am not a trout fisherman).Don't you know? The fishing sucks here and our biologists suck and the government sucks and everything sucks!