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Took Friday afternoon off to go fishing.  Like many, I prefer uncrowded fishing, so I decided to make the drive to Lost Creek for some brookie fishing.  The fishing was incredible, and best of all I had the whole place to myself.  The brookies were hungry and took whatever fly I chose to throw at them.  Fished mainly dry flies (royal wulff, stimulator, rio grande king - size wasn't important). Water level was low and clear, and there are still many places where the stream is still completely covered by snow (now ice) drifts.  Gorgeous place with eager fish.
 

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Did you fish from the Wigwam trailhead (how far in did you go)? Nice place. I didn't do so well when I last went, but I'm usually as sneaky as an elephant.
 

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Yeah which area did you fish lost park or goose creek over on the cheesman side. I was thinking of hitting up the goose creek tommorow. Thanks
 

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From the end of the road at Lost Creek Campground (came in on CR 56 from just north of Jefferson), I hiked downstream from the confluence of N and S Fork Lost Creek about 3/4 of a mile. Didn't have time to go all the way to Lost Park, since I didn't arrive until about 4:00 pm. Didn't matter. Fishing was good right there by the campground.
 
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