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Old 11-30-2010, 08:55 AM
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Cutts for sure and the lake is Big Fish in the Flattops I believe.
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Wrong on the Lake. I was in the Uncompaghre National Forrest aouth of Grand Junction. Can't remember the name of the lake right off.
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Well, darn! That looks exactly like Big Fish with the picture taken from the outlet looking toward the inlet.
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Well, darn! That looks exactly like Big Fish with the picture taken from the outlet looking toward the inlet.
looks great stuff.
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No disrespect meant by my response. They look tasty. The spots and no white edge on the fins is a dead give away. They are cutthroats. No Problem.
Without question Cutties
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They were very taste. I kept two each evening to go with my can of soup. It was a nice change from tuna fish that I was dumping in the soup. I love evertime I head out to CO. They do a nice job stocking those lakes.
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. They do a nice job stocking those lakes.
You would be surprised.. A lot of those high country lakes havent been stocked in a decade. Most fish in those inpoundments are reoccuring.
There is an article comming out in American Angler in January that features one of the fellows from this Forum "Yathey" and a hand full of men from another Board who hiked to Arrowhead in Rocky Mountain National Park this past July. That lake hadent been stocked in so long the Rangers in the park didnt know if Arrowhead was a Tarn or a live eco system.
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