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Ed Engle: As the shadows lengthened, the only strike of the day

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On the first warm, cloudless, windless day after the mid-November cold snap, writer headed to the South Platte River. The river access parking lots were already filling up. Most of the dead fish were nice sized brown trout. Brown trout do spawn in the fall and there are a few actively spawning fish in the river.
Published 2 months ago · Boulder, United States

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Ed Engle: As the shadows lengthened, the only strike of the day

On the first warm, cloudless, windless day after the mid-November cold snap, I headed to the South Platte River. It was a spur of the moment trip, but I knew that after the intensity of the cold snap I’d fish the Deckers section of the river. It’s the banana belt of the three South Platte River tailwaters, and I wanted to be as warm as you can be wading and fishing a river toward the end of November. Before I could leave, I had to pick through m…

2 months ago·Boulder, United States
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