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Fishing this past weekend while camping. Pics are on the South Saint Vrain below Long Lake and Mitchell Creek (a tributary of the SSV).

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Always ready for fishing...biggest problem (for me) is out-of-state fishing license fees charged for one day (or 3 day). It's often hard to swallow $100 + for the right to soak a line in waters unknown for a couple hours. Fish all over California however. Tight lines 😉
 
I just tell the warden I'm not fishing, I practice casting. I never catch anything, how can it be called fishing?
 
Try that and let us know how that comes out.
 
I wish there was a all state catch and release licence. But I wish for a lot! I at least have a Indiana lifetime license.
 
Just bought a 14 day, family, out of state fishing license here in Wisconsin for $45.00.
Now if DW and I get lucky, maybe we'll catch something.
 
A few pics from yesterday, playing hooky in Boulder Canyon. I caught six rainbows and two browns.

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