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Overgrazed Meadows cause issues for Native fish and the meadow
Jul 09, 2017 - 10:50 AM - by joe
This video explains the importance of meadow restoration.

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Lakes around Greer
Jul 28, 2017 - 8:07 AM - by herefishy
Am trying to transition from streams to lakes, and plan to spend most of next summer around the Alpine/Greer area. Sounds like the Greer lakes would be fun, but aren't they private? Or not all of them? How about the Little
Colorado, if I just can't bear to stay away from the streams? Is is private? Is my plan to concentrate on Big, Reservation, and the Greer lakes a good way to learn to fish lakes? I don't care so much about big fish anymore, just a tug. PM me if you don't want to reply... [Read More]
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Fish Feeding in Muddy Water
Jul 28, 2017 - 11:33 AM - by PaysonLazerLiner
My favorite small stream water conditions to fish are higher than normal flows that are somewhat tea colored. But since the monsoons began earlier this month, most of the streams on the Rim (and I'm sure elsewhere in N. Az) have been running quite colored. Depending on the stream, some are more like chocolate milk. After fishing several Rim streams recently, my success rate has dropped substantially and the fish seem to be noticeably skinnier and stressed. The obvious assumption is that fish... [Read More]
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7 reasons stream fish need wood
Jul 23, 2017 - 11:57 AM - by joe
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Reservation lake permits
Jul 27, 2017 - 3:14 PM - by herefishy
Gonna try to shift from streams to lakes, and Reservation sounds like a good place to start - do you need to get a permit before you go there, or is there a place on the way to the lake?
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FYI - Lightning and Fly Rods
Jul 24, 2017 - 9:45 PM - by Bucksnort
I'm sure most, if not all of you know this but just in case there are some not aware of the dangers of holding a fly rod, or any rod, in a lightning storm, let me tell you what I saw tonight on the Outdoor Channel. It's a show titled, "Survival Science". You may have seen the show. On tonight's show, the hosts were exploring lightning.

Some time back, to anglers were standing next to each other when a bolt of lightning hit the rod of one angler, traveled down the... [Read More]
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