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We had a great late winter/early spring fishing season here in the Roaring Fork valley. It's always good this time of year, but this year was as consistent as I can remember. The snowpack is not huge but there is still a fair amount of snow in the high country, we should see a decent runoff but nothing like last year.
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The only downside is the wind, but that is part of the deal this time of year.
The most consistent fishing in the valley has been wade fishing the Roaring Fork between Aspen and Basalt. We have had very few slow days in the last two months. Big midges, beatis, small stoneflies and drake nymphs are the way to go. The water is starting to come up as of the last few days but the clouds and cooler weather have slowed down the runoff.
We have fished the Frying Pan a few days, but with the fishing as good as it is on the Fork it is sometimes hard to head up there and deal with the crowds.
The fish are big, strong and well fed coming off a mild winter so we are really looking forward to the summer season.
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