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Old 04-04-2012, 11:11 AM
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Default fishing near Ft. Collins, Co.--where to go?

Here's the basic scoop: I'll be in Ft. Collins to do a wedding June 16th and hope to fish the mountains the next day. My hope is to do the wedding and then get out of the motel early and head for the water/mountains as early as possible. Find a campground somewhere, set up a tent for a night, and then hit the water for the rest of the day.

I don't have to be camped on the water, so a drive from camp is ok. A mile or two hike is ok, too, though I won't have time or the physical stamina to go way off the beaten path.

1.) Any suggestions on where to camp and fish?

2.) I have felt soles. Are they ok in Colorado? (By then it will have been 11 months since they were last used, and I intend to stay in one body of water while in Colorado).

Last edited by Flyfisher for men; 04-04-2012 at 11:21 AM. Reason: Add point #2
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