|Monster bow I pulled out of stream small enough to jump across!|
Robert Younghanz, Dave Herber, and Dave Caraghar are just a few of the guides and volunteers that have helped turn Rainbow Falls into a modern mecca for catching big fish. In fact its obvious the moment you step foot on the property that you have come to a place where the people running it are passionate about its rich history and the history of Colorado, as well as flyfishing and conservation. For a quick rundown on the history of Rainbow Falls including a fun fact about General Palmer check out this link!
|One of the many healthy rainbows Kristen and I released after battle.|
|Kristen with a nice bow! and Bree taking a nap...|
Kristen, Baby Bree, and I finished the day at the lower half of the property on Trout Creek where we landed so many fish it was ridiculous including that 26" Brutasaurous Rex! It's now late in the day and we are driving towards camp to thank Dave and the fellas for a wonderful trip and nobody was home. Guess they all had enough and left... The drive home is nothing like it is when your coming home from a good day on the water at Cheesman Canyon. A twenty fish day in Cheesman and the drive home feels like you have accomplished something. A day where you lose count at Rainbow Falls and you just feel content. I dare ask is there anything wrong with that?
For more information on fishing this amazing property check out http://www.rainbowfallsmt.com or to see rates and schedule a guided trip at the Falls click here. This is an experience any flyfisher should have at least once in a lifetime if you enjoy history, drop dead gorgeous scenery, and last but not least huge fish!
For more information or to schedule me for a guided trip shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org