Still seeing where this is going. Hope you like it. The fish at the end are pre-spawn cutts at 12,000 ft moving into the outlet. Only filmed them, didn’t fish for them.
If you have been putting off getting into the high country, stop what you are doing and get out now! This is the time of year all the high lakes are open and fishing well, even the ones up at 12,000 ft. These fish only have a limited time to eat at these lakes so they have to eat like crazy while the getting is good!
Also, I think this leads to the myth that high county fish are stupid and just hit everything. This isn’t true in my opinion. I have had plenty of hard days up there. But now, those fish have to eat and they know it. In some of these lakes, they they have less than 3 months to eat before the lake is frozen over again, and now, the water is warming up enough for them to be really active.
Now is the time to take advantage of this feeding behavior, so go find the mountain trout you have been dreaming of.
When I rebuilt the website, forgot to add the Free Stuff back in! Fixed that mistake, and if you haven’t seen it, there are two free e-books there. One on Rocky Mountain National Park and another on confidence patterns. Find them here and hope that it helps you in your fishing adventures!
So I have combined my love/addiction of running with my fly fishing. I’m hoping that I can use this to take you to some of the more remote places in Rocky Mountain National Park this summer, and also give you tips to have success on the mountain lakes. Here is my first video trying out the combination of the two.
I wanted to try to give everyone more information, so I converted the website over to a blog! So we’ll see how this goes. Let me know what you guys think and hope that you like it.
So if you are looking for the old video’s you can find them here. Or just watch this one from earlier this year!