Adam tells me that he started the hike from Bear Lake trail head and crossed waterfalls and streams to get to the more secluded section along the trail. First hitting The Lock for a few fish then bounding up a waterfall to the Lake Of Glass, Adam went to town. Hooking into some beautifull cutthroat and soaking in the natural wonder that is the world around him, I believe Adam has discovered what draws us anglers to this sport.
The last time he emailed me I believe it was his first trip out and I think he plum forgot to take some picture. I believe I reminded him that a fish story without pictures is just that.... a story. This time he delivered the goods. Below you will see just a fraction of the picture taken over the hike.
Adam also tells me that he has now taken up tying his own flies. This is how I know he is now an angling addict and in a place like Colorado how could you not continue flipping flies to eager Cuts in those high mountain lakes. Someday I hope to make the journey out there and fish with you mountain anglers. Maybe when I do I can tie on one of Adams flies and be as successful as he is on the pristine mountain lakes and streams.