Colorado's North Delaney Butte Lake

After sunset, those in search of the brown trout of a lifetime hunt the shorelines of Colorado’s North Delaney Butte Lake, hoping to catch a fat fish before the state begins netting egg-filled fish for hatcheries. “As darkness grows, more monsters join in a display brown trout share with their close cousins, the Atlantic salmon. The late Lee Wulff compared this anxious surface leaping to a hyperactive boy kicking a can, a stirring that expresses some deep emotion, but no real purpose.” Charlie Meyers in the Denver Post.

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