Saturday, December 28, 2013

Rocky Mountain National Park...A Year in Pictures
















Happy Nymphing

6 comments:

  1. Al
    The beauty of this place is astounding, I notice you are a Tenkara guy. I am still on the fence with this rod. Thanks for sharing

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    1. Rocky Mountain National Park is a gift from God without a doubt! It is definitely a bucket list item. If you get the chance if is something to see...of course fish! I don't blame you about Tenkara. I did not take it up until three years after I was introduced to it.Since I have I cant do it justice in a few lines! Don't buy one...try it and then try it again. Slowly my fishing buddies are at least trying it and some are buying it. JT and I challenge each other to catch fish on the Tenkara on every body of water we fish. I still fish my traditional western rig as well! Maybe 2014 may be the year of bluegill on the Tenkara?!!! Always a pleasure!

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  2. Thanks for the tour, Al. Have not had much opportunity since I moved back to Colorado to retire, to spend any quality time in RMNP. Darn flood got in the way this last fall. Hope that 2014 will see me enjoying the scenery and some of the great looking water.

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    1. Mel it is my pleasure! The flood did do what it wanted to with the park and the Thompson Canyon; however, I am holding out that 2014 will be a recovery year and not only will the area rebound but I hope you get time to get up there. Always available for a road trip! Thanks for all you do and all the support!

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  3. Great shots of a beautiful place!! That makes me want to plan a Colorado trip next year (along with all of the other places I'd like to go as well!!)

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    1. Anytime you are in the neighborhood, we can get ya into some fish! I hear ya some many places to fish and so little time! Always a pleasure!

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