Too Many Places to Fish
Last fall we conducted a survey of our loyal fly fishing customers; the results surprised me at first. A majority replied that a key barrier to going fishing was that the rivers were too crowded and that there were not enough places to go fly fishing.
As I began to ponder this my mind started thinking of my own experience. I am often asked why I do not fish Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho or New Mexico more. My reply is that you waste a day driving to those places and that Colorado has far too many places that I have not yet explored. With over 6,000 miles of stream, 14,000 miles counting headwater streams, and more than 2,000 lakes and reservoirs to explore, when is it possible to find time to go anywhere else?...
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