Colorado: "Please, Not Another Streamer"

Stream flows in Colorado are reaching that matching level where trout are accustomed to taking surface insects. Those who’ve worn the cork off their grips casting streamers all spring are sighing with relief. “The same tale is being told in rivers all across the state. At last, light-colored bugs are hatching, complex hatches make for intriguing puzzles, trout are slurping at the surface and fly lines are graceful and easy again. ” Ed Dentry in the Rocky Mountain News.

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