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Old 02-17-2011, 09:29 PM
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Would like to meet someone that likes Backcountry fishing in the CO area.
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Old 02-17-2011, 09:42 PM
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Old 02-21-2011, 10:25 AM
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Boy I sure miss Co fishing, lived in Longmont and hammered all front range streams and pounded backcountry streams. Nothing like hearing Elk bugle while working a small run. Have you worked the streams up in RMNP?, several 1-2 day overnighters at high elevation to catch thoses guys. Truly awesome and cannot wait to return for a trip - happy fishing
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I have not made it to RMNP for any fishing yet. Just got through marking out a ton of lakes. About to start researching which ones are more "extravagant" so that I can start making reservations.
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Hey, ill shoot you a pm but Im up for trips most the time.
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If anyone tries wot contact wateroksnmud, I'm now under this username. Going to try to start my own little website.
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Im in Thornton. Want to try some rmnp trips this summer. Anyone have some ideas?

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Im in Thornton. Want to try some rmnp trips this summer. Anyone have some ideas?

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Hi rrarods,

We just moved to Thornton,CO and I am planning to prospect a bit in the RMNP as soon as possible (probably after snow is melted). I'd like to have a partner for this endeavor.
I checked out you website and I am gonna contact you for a small "refurbishing" on a rod.

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Hi Guys,

Just moved to Superior area in Jan and am looking for some guys to fish with an learn the area. I have been out a few times but would be nice to tag along with folks who know the areas. I have a 14 ft Otter w 3 man frame..love to float. Anyone interested drop me a line.

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