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August 2004

Gianinetti Spring Creeks

Hello all:

Colorado DOES have a spring creek fishery! FRA is running a trip to Gianinetti Spring Creek outside of Carbondale, the weekend of August 21-22, 2004. This is Colorado’s only Spring creek and the reason you may not have heard of it is because it is all private. This is a rare opportunity to get onto this amazing water, and best of all --we’ve kept the price down. So don’t miss this opportunity to throw hoppers to 20 inch trout. Click here for details.

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