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Old 05-06-2013, 12:37 AM
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Default Re: Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, or Basalt Colorado?

Originally Posted by mcnerney View Post
Stop into one of the fly shops and get a Frying Pan/Roaring Fork river map, it will detail all of the public access points along both rivers.
I've either got it or have got access to all that info, I was asking about certain places Ard had referenced that he especially liked that, as he mentioned, were maybe not on the rivers you mentioned.

Ard, I don't even know you but have followed your postings quite a bit and respect your thinking, and I think it would be neat to fish somewhere that you've fished
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Old 05-14-2013, 03:44 PM
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Default Re: Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, or Basalt Colorado?

Call Taylor Creek Fly Shop. Located right in basalt. Those guys have been there forever and most of the guides live right on the water. Tell them that Dallas sent you! Id reccomend the frying pan for at least 1 day. The toilet bowl could land you your biggest brown ever. The pulled a 23lb brown out this winter. They just hang there and eat Mysis Shrimp all day. Fairly famous tyers, Tims Hueng and Will Sands are at the shop most days of the week and can point you in all the right directions. They also have a great guide service and a back deck right on the Pan. Great guys! The other guys are right too, you have access to the colorado, and fork within 20 minutes. and maybe for a drive, about an hour and a half to 2 hours away is the yampa river.... most colorful bows ive ever seen.
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