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Monday, September 26, 2005

Hello everyone this is Curtis Andrews (one of Bill's guides). I had a full day trip on September 26th and my clients did very well on # 14 Orange stimulators, # 14 Red Octobers and # 16 Red Quill nymphs dropped 25 to 30 inches with a # 8 split shot about 6 inches up. We also caught fish on # 20 BWO emergers and # 20 Black Thunder. We fished at Parkdale and below Texas Creek.

Sunday, September 18, 2005

Last nights full moon at Parkdale brought out a few big male Browns Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, September 13, 2005


Fished O'Haver today, not much in the way of insect activity, hoped for caddis, which did not arrive. Took some fish on a para Adams, #18. A Stillwater Nymph, fished on a 9'/4x leader with a medium hand twist retrieve was the best setup.
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Fishing is great and the sky is blue

Fishing has been very good this morning, but the blue sky is creating a lot of glare. Last night saw much cooler temperatures, so Fall is definately here. We were 45 in Canon City and the high country had a hard freeze. Fish responded well to the small drop in water temperature this morning and ate bead head droppers and a few big Stimulators as well. Best stuff was Silver Ice and Orange Stimy. We'll get out and check out the spinnerfall late this evening.

Sunday, September 11, 2005

I have something to say as well.....give your dog a treat NOW!!!! Posted by Picasa

Stilll working on it...

I'm still trying to figure this thing out. By the way, fishing is great along the riverwalk after 6PM on Rusty Spinners and small black Caddis. Stay until you can't see any longer.

Saturday, September 10, 2005


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Never fear, you won't hear from me again. Bill and the gang will be posting the first of the week. Happy fishing!