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Old 08-02-2009, 05:55 PM
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Default Blue Creek-Tributary to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison

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Blue Creek in July 09. This is a tributary to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison.

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During runoff this creek is a rumbling.

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The water is a bit chalky so nymphing was the ticket. Mayflys and midges were the predominate hatch on this visit.

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Another beautiful Rainbow. Thanks boys for escorting me down the Blue Creek canyon.
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rustydeej: Nice looking trout! I suppose that area is invested with poison oak like the black canyon, but it sure does look pretty.

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Larry,
Having been down the Black Canyon I know what you mean by the poison ivy. I was expecting it in this tributary but none was found.
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Larry,
Having been down the Black Canyon I know what you mean by the poison ivy. I was expecting it in this tributary but none was found.
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Rustydeej: Wow! That makes the Blue Creek even better.

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Hey Rusty,
Man that is one beautiful canyon. Great pics too. In a way I'm glad it's so hard to get into. Less likely to be abused. AKA loved to death.
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