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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    I live in the wrong state for trout fishing, that's for sure.. But I live in the right state for bass fishing. Not as good as TX, OK, CA or FL... But we've got enough to keep me entertained.
    Don't let them snow ya, Fink. I'd happily give up a few scrawny stream trout to have the turkey and deer hunting you have in your home state.
    Live to hunt, hunt to live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonArrow View Post
    Don't let them snow ya, Fink. I'd happily give up a few scrawny stream trout to have the turkey and deer hunting you have in your home state.
    Scawny stream trout?? I'll take our trout fishing, and elk hunting.

    http://www.coloradotrouthunters.com/trophypictures.html

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    Sounds like the Shack Nasties are gettin' you guys. The trout fishing is pretty darn good right NOW! OOps shouldn't have said that, shhh just keep that one to yourselves. I'm all for the thunder chickens and morels though you boys makin' me hongry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizz View Post
    Sounds like the Shack Nasties are gettin' you guys. The trout fishing is pretty darn good right NOW! OOps shouldn't have said that, shhh just keep that one to yourselves. I'm all for the thunder chickens and morels though you boys makin' me hongry!
    Where on earth is the trout fishing good? All I've caught are perch and walleye!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenbickel View Post
    Where on earth is the trout fishing good?

    Uhh ... Montana.

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    Jen, Jen, Jen... BB is on the dime AND couple hours south of us is HOT! Oh but ya need to learn to flyfish... lol!

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    Fishing for trout on tailwaters is good right now. If you click on the link I posted you'll see some winter pictures.

    Small midges will get them in winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    Fly fishing here amounts to standing shoulder to shoulder with 500 other people and the local trout park, to catch some trout that was released from a holding tank 2 hours earlier.

    Spring was made to smack a gobbler in the mouth with a load of 5's in the morning, pick a bucket full of morels after lunch, and then go catch some bass before dark!
    We live buy the same rules here in OK. But have you not ever fished the dis-charge of Table Rock? It is awesome trout fishing & on the other side on the lake is really good bass fishing.

    Old Hunter,
    If I lived out there in your neck of the woods, I'd be after them trout just like you. I enjoy fishing Rio Chama in the summer. It's hard to come back home to the heat after been out there for a little while. One of these days, when I retire (in about 30 years!). I'm going to give all my land, cattle & equipment to my kids & move out west. At least part of the year, not sure I'll stay in the winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eberle View Post
    We live buy the same rules here in OK. But have you not ever fished the dis-charge of Table Rock? It is awesome trout fishing & on the other side on the lake is really good bass fishing.
    Taneycomo? I've fished it a few times. I'm honestly not too in to trout fishing. Between Taneycomo, and the White river system, there's actually quite a bit of trout fishing here.. I've always just enjoyed ripping down the lake in the Ranger chasing bass more than I did catching trout.

    Can 'A River Runs Through It' still be my favorite movie?

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    You bet, it was a good one. I also really liked Legends of the Fall. Have you ever saw Last of the Dogmen? If not you need to, it is one of my favorites.

 

 

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