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Old 01-23-2010, 03:17 AM
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Default Have a questions about Lytle creek and azuza canyon

how long after the rains does it take for the streams to get back to normal? i went after some rains last month i think and didnt catch anything and the water was real muddy so i was just wondering.
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Default Re: Have a questions about Lytle creek and azuza canyon

I have no idea where Lytle Creek is so I can't answer your question. Last spring I fished the North Fork of the South Platte (about an hour southwest of Denver) and the water was real muddy, probably less than a foot of visibility. We did really well, between my son and I we probably caught 40 fish. We were nymph fishing using San Juan worms, pheasant tails, prince nymphs, and hares ear nymphs with a little flash.

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With the amount of rain that we have had the past week, I am staying at home this weekend. Not worried about if the fish are biting but of the debris that could still be coming down the hills and streams. That and you might need chains to get to the SGR and Lytle Creek you might need a 4x4 since some of the roads are dirt and you could get stuck. So for me this weekend, I am sitting at home tying flies, drinking beer and will watch football on Sunday.


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Lytle Creek! My first fishing memory was going there with my Uncle who lived in Rialto. Years ago. Pretty sure Eisenhauer was still a General, lol. Haven't been back since. I'd like to hear how you do.
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