Posted on June 20 2008
“The swirl in the chop said northern pike. When the fish gulped the guy’s bunny streamer, it showed nothing of itself. But you could see the boil, and it was profound. So was the bend in his fly rod. The beast sulked, as if it were thinking things over. Then it poured on the coal and pulled free.” Ed Dentry describes what happens in Colorado’s reservoirs when the early summer sun finally warms the flats and pike laze in water only inches deep. In the Rocky Mountain News.