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Old 07-04-2009, 09:49 AM
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Glad you picked up a few, even though it sounds like the pressure was heavy. I went to High School in Hayden, so grew up fishing the Yampa from there up to Steamboat. Miss that area. Great pictures. I am gonna be so embarressed when I try to upload some from this trip on the Taylor.
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Glad you picked up a few, even though it sounds like the pressure was heavy. I went to High School in Hayden, so grew up fishing the Yampa from there up to Steamboat. Miss that area. Great pictures. I am gonna be so embarressed when I try to upload some from this trip on the Taylor.
Hope you have a great time on the Taylor and catch a few! That is a beautiful area, I have been down there but never fished that stream but it sure looks like a great place to fish, good luck and be sure to post your photos we would love to see the scenary!

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Having a good time here on the Taylor. Some issues with wind and afternoon rains, but pretty scenery and a few trout.
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Pothole lake #2 about 4 miles above Taylor Reservoir.
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View from the old Tincup pass looking SE.

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Having a good time here on the Taylor. Some issues with wind and afternoon rains, but pretty scenery and a few trout.
Coupla' pics for you
Click the image to open in full size.
Pothole lake #2 about 4 miles above Taylor Reservoir.
Click the image to open in full size.
View from the old Tincup pass looking SE.

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Don't worry about hijacking this thread, it has run it's course anyway. Good to see your having a great time on the Taylor and thanks for posting the photos.

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