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    Low Flow Fall Browns



    Here's a few pics I took along the colorado new mexico border. Lots of cool stuff to see on the way to some recon and hopefully a little fishing.

    Salt river canyon arizona my gateway from hell


    Apache country


    Narrow gauge country


    Habitat restoration country


    Fall aspen country


    Elk ranching country


    Bison ranching country


    Finally the river


    At low flow


    Still nice water


    The inhabitants






    Took a long shortcut to another famous river via the dam dirt road


    Revealing view of the river valley below


    Crossing the dam


    Finally the river


    Just went back down to low flows


    Which made for some happy inhabitants


    Good trip but wish I had a good pic of this football I caught
    jeepster

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    Very nice. Those rock wings are really out of the water compared to last summer and I thought last summer had low flows. I'm going to have to get to that valley sometime in the fall. Thanks for taking us along.

    BW

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    Great pictures! Noticed the bamboo rod with intermediates & agate stripper - what rod were you fishing?

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    It's a 5 weight payne 101 I use for nymping and windy days. Made by a buddy of mine. He's banned from this site.
    jeepster

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    Very nice Brother..................did you Wave?

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    that looks like a nice trip. cool pics. i recognize the san juan, but i am not sure about the other creek. is that the upper chama?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooktrout View Post
    that looks like a nice trip. cool pics. i recognize the san juan, but i am not sure about the other creek. is that the upper chama?
    That's your home waters dude.
    jeepster

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    wow. you're right. now that you say that i recognize everything. cool. glad you had a good trip.

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    Great Pics...love the area...I grew up in Chama as a young boy where I walked behind my father and when he hooked a big one - I got to land him. Will be going to the Headwaters this summer with my 3 boys for a backpacking campig trip to continue the tradition. Thank you.

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