Log Book Id:
5461
Property:
408
Member Name:
-1
Name:
George Schmidt
Email Address:
george_schmidt@hotmail.com
Comments:
Joe (Member) and I fished from 10am to 5pm. Day was overcast and up to 50 degrees. We started by working the spring creeks with streamers all the way up to property line. We caught 3 apiece (nice German browns and 2 nice cutthroats) on the way up. We also noticed on way up a small hatch, but fish were not rising to it so figured emerges and floaters for the return . Joe and I changed our rigs to triple nymph rigs, brown worms, hairs ears and princes, than 22 midges set 4ft for the deep holes for the return trip. We caught another 10+ fish on way back. I caught 6 straight small browns and rainbows 4”-8” and three nice rainbows, good to see future generations in the creeks. Joe caught a monster 22”+ brown near the road. Then we focused on the two ponds, the pond by the road is very low a mud whole, looks as if no fish would be in it. NOT! Joe and I pulled at least 10 very nice rainbow, browns and cutthroats out of it. They like the worms and caught a few on the smaller stuff. The big bond we fished near the two tubes, I caught a couple of cut-bows. The winds started to get ugly so called it a day. A great day I think. I’ll post a few photo’s on clubs facebook page.
Date's Fished:
2014-03-17
Date Submitted:
2014-03-18
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5472
Property:
5413
Member Name:
-1
Name:
Ed
Email Address:
efkeely@aol.com
Comments:
Very good day on this picturesque property. As you work your way upstream you have great views of the Winter Park ski area. Two words of warning. At this time of year the snow was still quite deep and wasn't always hard packed so I spent a lot of time digging myself out of the snowbanks. Also, the cobble in the Fraser River are quite large and difficult to wade. I think a walking stick would be a good idea. Mitch from Mo Henry's fly fishing shop suggested we fish with San Juan Worms. I caught over a dozen fish (mostly brown and a handful of rainbow). the pink SJW was the winning ticket. I also caught a handful on a size 22 green and black midge. The fish ran in size from 13 inches to 20 inches.
Date's Fished:
2014-04-18
Date Submitted:
2014-04-20
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5473
Property:
374
Member Name:
2930
Name:
John
Email Address:
fosholt@aol.com
Comments:
The Ark near A-6 was high and muddy so I went to the upper river at noon. It was high at almost 600 cfs but clear to a depth of about 18 inches. I caught eight trout 10 to 16 inches long, 2 rainbows and the rest browns. They took green caddis larvae and golden stone nymphs dead-drifted in 2 to 4 feet of water. A few adult caddis were around but no fish were rising. No hits on streamers.
Date's Fished:
2014-04-21
Date Submitted:
2014-04-22
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5475
Property:
379
Member Name:
-1
Name:
George Schmidt
Email Address:
george.schmidt@3ds
Comments:
Fished from 10 a.m. to 3 a.m., started out at 12 degrees with filtered sunshine. I think at 3 p.m. it was 28 degrees. I fished by myself, went up the upper half to the road. Figured with temps so low I'd throw some Wooly Buggers. On way up I just focused on the pools and keeping my eyelets from getting crispy. I caught 3 really nice fat rainbows about 15 to 16 inches. Caught another 5 to 6 rainbows in the 15- to 16-inch range and fat. One 19-inch rainbow had adusted jaw but fought really well. Fun day.
Date's Fished:
2014-04-04
Date Submitted:
2014-04-04
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5459
Property:
375
Member Name:
-1
Name:
Matt Leavy
Email Address:
matthewleavy@yahoo.com
Comments:
Low 20's, overcast, howling wind and blowing snow made this a perfect day to fish this beautiful property. I caught 3 browns in about 90 minutes of fishing ranging from 10" - 15." This was my first time fishing here so I wasted considerable time looking for deeper pockets between the riffle sections. All were caught on different color #20 midge larva imitations (grey, white and red) fished deep behind larger beadhead nymphs. Two were caught in the final deep bend before the downstream bridge and the largest came from a pocket close to the bridge.
Date's Fished:
2014-02-22
Date Submitted:
2014-02-28
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5457
Property:
435
Member Name:
-1
Name:
BH
Email Address:
Helmsb@msn.com
Comments:
1st trip to A6, nice stretch of water with plenty of variety. Temps in 30s with winds up to 25 mph made for a challenging day. 3 of us landed 10 fish between 10-16 inches, combination of browns & rainbows. All were hooked on Copper Johns trailed below big Golden Stone. Good day on the stream despite the ice in the guides.
Date's Fished:
2014-02-20
Date Submitted:
2014-02-21
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5401
Property:
442
Member Name:
5403
Name:
JR
Email Address:
javaruke@gmail.com
Comments:
Fished 11am - 5pm. Probably 10 good structure areas. Temp was below freezing overnight, up to 60 degrees by mid afternoon. In morning, caught 14" rainbow on purple hippie in pool fed by tributary. In afternoon caught 12" rainbow on streamer in deep pool at bend in the river, just above parking area. Both fish were not interested in a big fight. Really cool experience with beaver swimming right by my feet. His mate entered water from under an uprooted ball, swam toward me and then splashed the surface with her tail to let me know I wasn't welcome.
Date's Fished:
1970-01-01
Date Submitted:
2013-11-21
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5398
Property:
383
Member Name:
-1
Name:
Stefan Rausch
Email Address:
inmissionphotography@gmail.com
Comments:
Fished Clear creek on a beautiful day. The water was running low and gin clear, making spotting fish very simple. Stealth was the name of the game today, fish were stacked up in the slower bends and I was able to pull a couple beautiful little browns out but the caught fish spooked the rest of his buddies most of the time. Only fished a few hours but walked my wife and son around the beautiful property and took some pictures. Great Day.
Date's Fished:
1970-01-01
Date Submitted:
2013-11-19
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5396
Property:
408
Member Name:
1787
Name:
Ken B
Email Address:
friscoken@yahoo.com
Comments:
A nice sunny Fall day in the Roaring Fork Valley. I fished from 10:30 – 12:30 and landed 6 fish, a mix of Browns and Rainbows. The aquatic vegetation in the spring creeks is dying off and floating down the river as the seasons change. Many of the pools are covered with the floating vegetation making them nearly impossible to fish. I will come back next year but right now the spring creek is very difficult to fish.
Date's Fished:
2013-10-24
Date Submitted:
2013-10-25
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5382
Property:
421
Member Name:
-1
Name:
Vic Walker
Email Address:
vmwskywalk@yahoo.com
Comments:
Four of us fished the Little Laramie. Flow of about 65 cfs is about twice the average for this time of year, but still tough to fish. The day was partly cloudy in the 50's, with rain moving in during the afternoon. There was wind, but it wasn't that bad. Water temps in the mid to upper 40's. Fish were hunkered down in brush, moss, and undercuts. We saw no fish actively feeding at any time during the day. They were, however, in ambush mode. Between the four of us, we caught around 30 fish on the day. Everything on streamers. Boogers, sculpins, and muddler minnows of most any color seemed to work. Stealth and long casts were required to catch fish. Most fish were browns and ran from 10 to 16 inches. Largest brown was 18" accompanied by a 22" and 24" rainbow.
Date's Fished:
2013-10-13
Date Submitted:
2013-10-14
Active:
True