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River Flow Volume
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Dead Horse
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River Flow Volume
Nov 13, 2018 - 8:29 PM - by Bucksnort
A little help, please.

I learned early that one of the most important decisions I could make before heading for a river or stream is to determine water volume. I was able to use the internet or telephone for determining cubic feet per second in just about any river in Colorado. If Deckers was 300 cfs and Elevenmile Canyon was 100 cfs, I would be in Elevenmile or at a lake.

What about Arizona? Am I likely to find dangerous and unfishable volumes in the Black... [Read More]
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Possible Tiger record at...
Nov 14, 2018 - 7:24 AM - by david vaughn

...Woods Canyon Lake last Monday, Nov 5.

I reckon it makes sense that since Tiger's are feeding up for the winter, they would be bellying up to the buffet line to store up on energy reserves.

Not sure if the Rim lakes are... [Read More]
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Nymphing with a Double Fly Rig
Nov 13, 2018 - 8:42 PM - by Bucksnort
I love nymphing pocket water with a strike indicator using the short line, high sticking method. For many years, I used only one nymph but one day, I decided to use two nymphs and have used two for about twenty years or more. Old habits are hard to break.

I have caught a lot of fish using the high sticking method with one fly and I've caught a lot of fish using the high sticking method with two flies but I cannot say I have caught more fish using two flies. Yeah, I know,... [Read More]
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Dead Horse
Nov 09, 2018 - 8:04 AM - by Bucksnort
Next week, I'm exploring Dead Horse and some other locations east of I-17. I'm reading about the lagoons at Dead Horse. Does anyone have advice for me about fishing the lagoons for trout? Thank you.
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Time to hit the Rim lakes...
Nov 09, 2018 - 7:22 AM - by david vaughn

The link above was published in today's Payson Roundup edition. I agree with the author that this is one of the premier times to hit the Rim lakes. One can almost have the entire lake to themselves, without raucous noise from the bank or elsewhere.
... [Read More]
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Flyfishermen Should Read
Oct 25, 2018 - 9:33 PM - by aztightlines
The title is a quote from one of the authors in maybe the best anthology of fly fishing stories out there: "Silent Seasons," by Russell Chatham. I bought it for $6, kind of a lot for a paperback at my local Friends of the Library sale.

Perhaps I should not go on talking too much about the book before I consume it in its entirety...but it has been such a pleasure, I don't want it to end, somehow.

The strong points of the collection, aside from the essays,... [Read More]
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