Deckers, CO can be a challenging place to fish. After a very cold (just above 0 degrees), slow start with just a couple of strikes, things started to pick up. As the sun hit the water, sight fishing became more productive, and we netted both browns and rainbows. Eggs and midges were most productive when nymphing, but after observing some rising fish, we switched to Griffith's Gnats (size 20/22) and we netted a few that were eating off the surface. When the risers slowed down, we switched back to the nymph rigs and netted a couple more just before dark. Nate, a first-timer, caught fish with both nymphs and dries. Overall, another great day on the water!