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    September offers up some of the best fishing all year on the western rivers, I allways make time to throw out a cd7 rapala in brown or rainbow color to hook in to a big hungry brown or cutthroat trout! my hunting spot is pretty close an awesome river though too.

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    A "free fishing license" for non-residents is Colorado Parks & Wildlife's feel-good way of trying to appease the non-resident for sticking it to them for the ridiculous big game license fees they charge them. What a joke.

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    I would be a little skeptical of supplementing the food I would have to carry by fishing. I would make sure to bring enough food and if you catch fish it would be a bonus. I have been hunting and fishing the flat tops for years and have found some of the creeks get blown out year to year. Last year the fishing was great in one of our favorite creeks. This year it had been blown out and didn't catch a fish.
    What part of the flat top will you be hunting out of?

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    Colorado T, Was looking at GMU 12 but have some friends bow hunting 24 just before first rifle season so I am not 100% sure. I have never actually been in that part of Colorado so am scouting via Google earth and topo maps but you know how that goes. Basically am winging it until I get on the ground and then am trying to go where the elk are. Plan on backpacking in for the five day season and will move as needed.

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    I always bring my fly rod to camp, along with some old arrows to shoot grouse with.
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