Monthly Archives: March 2014

Pro Tip: How to Fish High, Off-Color Water

Written by: Tim Linehan


Gerry shows off one of many trout that fell for a jigged nymph during high water.
Photo by by Tim Linehan

In the spring, daily conditions can change dramatically. Wednesday it’s cool, overcast, and the river is in great shape. Thursday you show up at the boat ramp to find that thunder storms in. . .

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Photos of the Day: Father-Son Time at the Trout Pond

Written by: Jon Hill


He hasn’t caught one himself, but five-year-old Brennon loves trout.
All photos by Jon Hill

Spring has gotten off to a great start here in Colorado, unlike the situation for some of my friends and family on the East Coast, where winter doesn’t want to end. To take advantage of the. . .

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Woman Who Rescued Guard Dog Faces Jail Time for Pet Theft


Written by: Phil Monahan

Judy Camp is set to go to trial this week, facing multiple misdemeanor criminal counts.
Photo via Spokesman.com

A Washington State woman is up on charges of pet theft, despite the fact that the dog she rescued seems to have been no one’s pet. Judy Camp heard about an allegedly abused dog online, so she went to. . .

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