Sunset after the rain at Sprague Lake

SpragueSunsetcopyThe rains came and went but mostly passed by to the north of Sprague Lake. The absence of any breeze made for slick conditions that made fishing tough but made for a beautiful reflection. We had a few strikes on caddis flies and parachute ants along the shore.

Sprague Lake makes an excellent late afternoon destination. See the best shoreline areas of this lake to cast from in the pages of “Angler’s Guide to Rocky Mountain National Park”, available at most fly shops in the Estes Park area and on our website: Also available through Amazon and from Kindle as an e-book.

See you all September 14 and 15 in Bond Park at the Fine Arts Guild Art’s and Crafts Festival. 

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