Sports

The fun in finding a favorite fishing hole

All summer anglers need to know

Posted 7/25/17

Jefferson County is overflowing with waters for anglers to cast a line in and see what bites.

“Whether you’re fishing with your family at a park like Pine Valley Ranch, or trying fly fishing at Lair o’ the Bear, there are a lot of …

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Sports

The fun in finding a favorite fishing hole

All summer anglers need to know

Posted

Jefferson County is overflowing with waters for anglers to cast a line in and see what bites.

“Whether you’re fishing with your family at a park like Pine Valley Ranch, or trying fly fishing at Lair o’ the Bear, there are a lot of opportunities for anglers,” said Shaun Howard, ranger lead with Jefferson County Open Space. “We have streams and rivers, ponds and lakes for people to try.”

Summer is the perfect time for fishers of all skill levels to get out and enjoy beautiful weather, scenic locations and match their wits against trout, bass and perch.

Here are some tips and things to remember when planning a trip for the day.

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