Colorado mountain lake fishing is one of the special treats of summer, that gets even better in the fall. This picture reminds me of all of the high mountain lakes I did and didn’t visit in the last few months.
I want to return to them all right now to see them in their colors. The proximity to high mountain lakes is one of the awesome features of the Roaring Fork Valley and Western Slope.
There’s nothing like sitting in the stillness to reflect on one’s values. Read the Keller Williams values here.
So here it is, an article on beautiful high mountain lakes, but Colorado merits its own article.
Out There Colorado wrote one. Check it out!
Did you see where the CPW is using airdrops to stock high alpine lakes with fish? Read about it here.
These lakes are not the ones in the counties I serve. I serve Pitkin, a bit of Gunnison, Garfield, and some of Mesa counties.
Have you seen the fish identification article by CPW? Read it here.
These are two of my favorite quotes about fishing
Calling fishing a hobby is like calling brain surgery a job.
“So lovely was the loneliness of a wild lake” -Edgar Allen Poe
Colorado Mountain lake fishing is better with a great map. These are the CPW’s fishing maps.
To conclude, looking at the water invites reflections on values, fishing is a teacher of patience, and a reason to be together not talking. Geez this makes the Roaring Fork Valley, the Crystal Valley and the Western Slope a phenomenal place to drop a line. “The best time to go fishing is when you can get away.”
If you have a property you need managed because you’d rather be fishing, get in touch here.