SHouldn't be too hard. I've noticed the challenge is getting the flies down deep. But looks like the leading fly being heavy with some extra split shot does the trick, the fish are there for sure looks like it.Great video. I have a trip planned in late Feb, hope to duplicate your success.
Amen, I like fishing the Poudre River yes the browns are small but the peace is worth it!I fished the Pan all the time in the summer in solitude but I was way downriver. I don't need to catch big fish to have a good time.
I'm the same on the Taylor River which is pretty close to me. The tailwater section has huge fish but huge crowds too. I'd rather go downriver and be alone.Amen, I like fishing the Poudre River yes the browns are small but the peace is worth it!
I don't mind monster fish here and there either.
Thank you for the heads up! I am gonna get out fishin early next week and still trying to decide where to head. I think you might've just convinced me Sincerely appreciated!!If you are looking to fish the Taylor, you couldn't do much better than right now. Water levels are perfect both in the lower stretch and at the C&R. I'm going to spend much of the next 3 days on the river and I'll try to post something up after the weekend. This particular spring throughout the Gunnison Basin has been some of the best fly fishing I've experienced in my 20 years here. Just phenomenal.