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Jul 27, 2016 - 8:31 PM - by Bucksnort
In Colorado, there is the world's largest flat top mountain, which is roughly 10,000 feet in altitude and which holds many small man made reservoirs and natural lakes with lots of trout and, it also has mosquitos so big, the Red Cross uses them to carry blood for emergencies and I mean mosquitos by the zillions. The name of this area is called, Grand Mesa.

Many years ago, I went there for a five day camping trip during the first week in August. There wasn't a mosquito (or... [Read More]
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Rim Creeks
Jul 27, 2016 - 7:01 PM - by theapachetrout
How has the rim been fishing recently? Any tips for the current conditions or places to avoid?
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Who Are You?
Feb 08, 2006 - 9:06 AM - by Seldomseen
This is optional of course. Some folk would rather keep to themselves. I'm cool with that.

However, I'll Start.

My name is Mike M. and I was born in Tucson in 1969. I am a 3rd generation Arizonan and father of a 4th. I have spent a couple years in Texas and Oregon.

My family was always into the outdoors and made frequent trips all over the state, particularly the White Mountains since we had family up there.

I started fishing when I was a... [Read More]
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Minimalist Ideas
Jul 24, 2016 - 4:48 PM - by JS92
Ok after a few years of fly fishing I can't believe the amount of flies and accessories I have acquired. I take almost everything with me every outting and never use but about three flies With this I have began thinking of getting back to a simpler time. You know the ones like when you were a kid with nothing but a rod and a fly or two. Anyway I have dwindled my kind of flies down to about 16, yes it could be less but I still have a problem like most fly fisherman. My question is if I wanted... [Read More]
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Oak Creek
Jul 26, 2016 - 12:22 PM - by WminPhoenix
After hearing people talk about Oak Creek and what a great fishery is is, I spent most of yesterday hiking and fishing Oak Creek north of Sedona. Needless to say, the day was not productive at all. I fished some nice deep pools at Bootlegger Park and Manzanita but saw no fish rising nor fish in pools slashing at nymphs/emergers. The few fisherman I encountered, all said that the creek has been slow fishing and more or less they were there to get out of the house.
I am thinking my next... [Read More]
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Apache cuties
Jul 24, 2016 - 9:17 PM - by BlkRvr
These little guys are some of the prettiest fish around. A little video of this weekends outing.
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