Author: Will Rice
Photo - Alex Landeen
It looks like everyone had a lot of fun this weekend – the staff here at Trouts included. Rick was able to connect with a number of mako and blue sharks in San Diego, Tucker fished the Eagle River with a group of our clients and I was able to spend a couple of days on the Colorado River.
As always, vote for your favorite! The photo with the most votes will win a Trouts Signature Fly Box filled with flies and a Trouts Trucker Cap. Let your voice be heard!
#1) Andy Chapman sent this one in – looks like everyone is enjoying the river.
#2) Chelsey Johnson made it happen on a tributary of the South Platte River.
#3) This photo is from Philip Eggleton of Trout Town Adventures and Guide Services in upstate New York and captures my nephew Jack catching his first trout on a fly rod as his father looks on! Go Jack!
#4) Scott DeMoss and Jeff Johnson got after it again this weekend. Here was the short report: “Great fishing weekend for DeMoss and I as well. Bass, Pike, and lots of trout. The pike photos are lost due to a wet iphone…”
Nice brown... Bummer on the phone!
#5) Ex CO resident Jason Siler mugs with Big Small E.
#6) Sam Fetzer captured this one – from parts unknown.
#7) Deanna Dozsack sent this shot in of our big "303 Shootout Winner" From last week. Here’s the back drop: “We were up at XXXX today and this was the best picture of Marshall lol. He hooked into a rainbow trout, reeled him in and lost him just as I was about to snap a photo. As you can tell by Marshall's face, it was a sad story lol. We will get him next time!”
#8) Alex Landeen joined Rick Mikesell on his 2013 Mako Mission. More on this mad cap adventure in the days to come…
#9) Mike Thomas (aka "Boston Mike") took this shot on the Colorado River.
#10) Geoff Mueller from the Drake Magazine sent this image in. Apparently there was some type of warm water throw-down in Montana that I'm sure you'll read about soon...
Late entry... #11) Photo by A.J. Swentosky, curator of thefrogwater.com, taken somewhere in the Arkansas River drainage.
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