Sunday, April 13, 2014

Fall Fishing on the Lake Fork

Fishing in Lake City late in the fall means cold mornings and early evenings.  The window for fishing is short--the water has to warm up for the fish to become active, which means you start around lunch and are finished by five or so.  The river looked different: instead of being shrouded in green, the vegetation along the banks was now dry and golden, shimmering in the sunlight.  It was beautiful--and the fishing was surprisingly good.  And after the day was over, there was football on TV.  Tough to beat that.

Lake Fork of the Gunnison

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