Saturday, August 1, 2015

Guiding High-Country Creeks Around Lake City

The high-country creeks around Lake City are great places to take beginner fly fishermen and experts who feel like catching a bunch of smaller fish.  The views up here are hard to beat.

Rainbow trout at Big Blue Creek

The fish in the high country aren't always the biggest, but watching them crush dry flies never gets old.

Big Blue Creek

Beautiful rainbow trout

Nice brown in the high country

Beautiful day at Big Blue

Afternoon storm rolling in at Big Blue

Cebolla Creek

Big Blue

A young fly fisherman with one of his first fish on a fly rod--hopefully that excitement never fades for him

Nice brook trout at Big Blue

Big Blue

Big Blue

Holding the bigger fish is tough!

Celebrating another small-stream rainbow


Brook trout at Big Blue

Brook Trout

Big Blue Rainbow

A big crew ready to get on the water at Big Blue

First-day success

Big Blue

Sky Ranch at Ute Trail below Big Blue

High-Country Brookie

The drive to Big Blue

Hiking into a remote stream

The views never get old

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