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Old 06-19-2015, 12:24 PM
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Default So last night I had a dream..

The snow melt was slowing, the rivers were getting clearer. I could see the trout below the water's surface, enjoying their new found freedom after 2 months of persecution at the hands of the overly gushing creek that was now a raging river.

Then I woke up, and I was sad. I miss fishing
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Hang in there buddy. A few more weeks and the water will start to clear and become stable. Then you can fish again. Or go down lower on the East side of town. Fish the edges and see what happens.
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One word... lakes.
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One word... lakes.
Last year that was me, I didn't fish the entire month of June, then later on I started wondering, why didn't I go out and explore some of the lakes I have never fished.
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One word... lakes.
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Or warmwater. There's got to be a bluegill somewhere near you.
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One word... lakes.
Lakes for trout aren't really close enough for me after work unfortunately. I've never actually fly fished a lake before, no idea what to do

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Hang in there buddy. A few more weeks and the water will start to clear and become stable. Then you can fish again. Or go down lower on the East side of town. Fish the edges and see what happens.
I'm hoping this super hot weather will accelerate the snow-melt and be bad for the short-term, but get those creeks back to normal quicker than usual.
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