Published Sep 25. 2018 - 3 weeks ago
Updated or edited Sep 27. 2018

Small Creek Fishing

Well this was absolutely one of my favorite times out on the water. With my new favorite small stream rod, the new Redington Butterstick. After I got used to the rod, it became deadly accurate, and it was rather light, which is a combo rarely seen with fiberglass rods.

Even though we didn't catch much the first night, it was rather peaceful being out there, knowing we had a good day ahead of us. Well I take that back, we didn't really know because the weather was calling for some thunder and lightning storms. I don't mind fishing the rain, but last thing I want to do is be out in a lightning storm, waving around a rod. But we got lucky, and the next day was not too bad. We got some really nice fish and went on an adventure though a back country creek, which honestly I thought was too skinny to hold fish. But sure enough they were there!

However this afternoon was not bad fishing to say the least, and we saw some great sites. I have passed by this creek many times, and always wondered how the fishing was. So thank you Jeff for showing me this little secret. It really is a natural wonder just like all of the Colorado small creeks through this amazing range of the Rocky Mountains!

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