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
Log Book Id:
5381
Property:
375
Member Name:
-1
Name:
Mike
Email Address:
rayraymur@comcast.net
Comments:
The weather report said 45F for a high, but it hit 55F. At 10,000 feet of elevation that is a pretty nice autumn day. The wind howled at times, but it was not constant. The sun was out and clouds came over occasionally. The mountains were covered in snow, and they looked absolutely beautiful. The water level was good. There were not a lot of holes that held fish, but there were enough. I saw approximately 12-15 pairs of spawning fish. There were also spawning redds visible in many spots without fish on them. So, how was the fishing? It was fantastic. I caught fish on princes; black midge pupae; and black buggers - LOTS of fish on black buggers. I missed many strikes as well. It was obvious in three of the first fours casts that they were digging streamers. The results were: hard strike; snapped-off (switched to 2X); no strike; then fish on.....again, again, and again. The fishing was amazing. This property has left me scratching my head in the past after pounding the water and coming-up with 5 fish in 7 hours. It has also yielded a couple of days like today. The largest one I caught was 17.25" measured. It was a beautiful male. I did not make a single cast into the beaver ponds or slow flowing areas the beavers have created. It is a phenomenal brown trout fishery. It just depends on whether or not they want to play nice or not.
Date's Fished:
2013-10-13
Date Submitted:
2013-10-13
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5378
Property:
374
Member Name:
2185
Name:
Gene
Email Address:
glm7214@gmail.com
Comments:
Two of us fished the lower section below the swinging bridge. Beautiful sunny and hot day. Another fly-fisher on the section above the bridge. The two of us landed about 9 with a large RB included. Lot's of strikes and lots of misses on top water foam hopper with a Zebra midge dropper, #20.
Date's Fished:
2013-09-06
Date Submitted:
2013-10-10
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5377
Property:
374
Member Name:
-1
Name:
Gene
Email Address:
glm7214@gmail.com
Comments:
Beautiful day. Small catch of 8 total. Little activity after 10:30 a.m. SJ worm, PMX foam-tan, Zebra. Tried several others but without luck. Another fly fisher in the lower section did much better.
Date's Fished:
2013-09-07
Date Submitted:
2013-10-10
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5375
Property:
441
Member Name:
2796
Name:
mwooster
Email Address:
mwooster75@yahoo.com
Comments:
Two of us fished this property from about 9:30 AM until 2:30 PM. Nice and open, small creek but very few willows to get snagged on. Only issue was the highland cattle wallowing in the creek and muddying it up. Was much better once we chased them downstream. Started slow with takes on midges and small copper johns then picked up after lunch. Used yellow stimis on top and copper copper johns below. Later in afternoon it really got going, getting strikes on every other cast. Plenty of fish here but largest to net was 11 inches. Browns and a few brookies. Fun stretch if you get past the cattle.
Date's Fished:
2013-09-20
Date Submitted:
2013-10-09
Active:
True