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Aug 21 ArkAnglers

Wednesday 8/21, 2019

Flow at Wellsville: 540 cfs

Water Temp.: 60s

Clarity: Clear, several feet of visibility.

101 Fly Fishing Class Dates: August 24, September 7, September 21

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservations

Wednesday Report - Braden Baker/Greg Felt

Prime summer fishing is upon us! Flows continue to decline as the high elevation snowpack dwindles, and visibility has been fine with the exception of an occasional heavy afternoon thunderstorm murking things up. Our trips over the the past several weeks fishermen have had excellent experiences, both float and wade, and truly, we are coming into some of the most fun and consistent wade fishing of the year. In higher water years like this one, August/September/October are usually incredible. It's been a long wait, but the Arkansas River is fishing red hot and now is the time to get down here!

Fish are concentrated along the bank, in broken pocket water, and in slower riffles as they seek refuge from the swift current. This has provided some excellent dry and dry/dropper fishing the past month! Generally, a large tandem rig is extremely effective due to the quantity of grasshoppers and stoneflies available along the edges of the river. These larger insects will range from #8-14. As the flows continue to drop, small food becomes more and more important. Expect to see lots of caddis in #14-18, red quill mayflies in #12-14, and late pale morning duns in #14-18. Midges and tricos are much smaller, from #18-#24. As temperatures heat up in the afternoons, try to focus more on oxygenated, broken water. Shady areas and riffles can offer respite and security on hot, sunny days.

Things are changing on a day-by-day basis, so please call us if you have thoughts or questions at (719) 395-1796 in Buena Vista or (719) 539-4223 in Salida to get river clarity reports.

*Private water Arkansas River wade trips are available out of both our Salida and Buena Vista shops. Please call our stores for more details.

Follow us on instagram at @ArkAnglers!

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservation.

Salida Shop: 7500 W. Highway 50, 719-539-4223 / Open Monday-Saturday 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00.

Buena Vista Shop: 517 S. Highway 24, 719-395-1796 / Open Monday-Saturday, 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00

This report was written by ArkAnglers: http://www.arkanglers.com
719-539-4223

Aug 20 ArkAnglers

Tuesday 8/20, 2019

Flow at Wellsville: 620 cfs

Water Temp.: 60s

Clarity: Clear, several feet of visibility.

101 Fly Fishing Class Dates: August 24, September 7, September 21

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservations

Tuesday Report - Braden Baker/Greg Felt

Prime summer fishing is upon us! Flows continue to gently decline as the high elevation snowpack dwindles, and visibility has been fine with the exception of an occasional heavy afternoon thunderstorm murking things up. Our trips over the the past several weeks have had excellent experiences, both float and wade, and truly, we are coming into some of the most fun and consistent float fishing of the year. In higher water years like this one, August/September/October are usually incredible. It's been a long wait, but the Arkansas River is fishing red hot and now is the time to get down here!

Fish are concentrated along the bank, in broken pocket water, and in slower riffles as they seek refuge from the swift current. This has provided some excellent dry and dry/dropper fishing the past month! Generally, a large tandem rig is extremely effective due to the quantity of grasshoppers and stoneflies available along the edges of the river. These larger insects will range from #8-14. As the flows continue to drop, small food becomes more and more important. Expect to see lots of caddis in #14-18, red quill mayflies in #12-14, and late pale morning duns in #14-18. Midges and tricos are much smaller, from #18-#24. Don't worry about the fast water in the middle of the river; think small stream tactics near the shoreline, and you'll find success.

Most creeks near Salida are clear and fishing well. These can be excellent options during the summer, especially during times where the river is a challenge.

Things are changing on a day-by-day basis, so please call us if you have thoughts or questions at (719) 395-1796 in Buena Vista or (719) 539-4223 in Salida to get river clarity reports.

*Private water Arkansas River wade trips are available out of both our Salida and Buena Vista shops. Please call our stores for more details.

Follow us on instagram at @ArkAnglers!

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservation.

Salida Shop: 7500 W. Highway 50, 719-539-4223 / Open Monday-Saturday 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00.

Buena Vista Shop: 517 S. Highway 24, 719-395-1796 / Open Monday-Saturday, 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00

This report was written by ArkAnglers: http://www.arkanglers.com
719-539-4223

Aug 16 ArkAnglers

Friday 8/16, 2019

Flow at Wellsville: 790 cfs

Water Temp.: 50s, low 60s

Clarity: Clear, several feet of visibility.

101 Fly Fishing Class Dates: August 24, September 7, September 21

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservations

Friday Report - Braden Baker/Greg Felt

Prime summer fishing is upon us! Flows continue to gently decline as the high elevation snowpack dwindles, and visibility has been fine with the exception of an occasional heavy afternoon thunderstorm murking things up. Our trips over the the past several week have had excellent experiences, both float and wade, and truly, we are coming into some of the most fun and consistent float fishing of the year. In higher water years like this one, August/September/October are usually incredible. It's been a long wait, but the Arkansas River is fishing red hot and now is the time to get down here!

Fish are concentrated along the banks and in broken pocket water as they seek refuge from the swift current. This has provided some excellent dry and dry/dropper fishing with large stonefly imitations out along the edges. Generally, a large tandem rig is extremely effective due to the quantity of grasshoppers and stoneflies available along the edges of the river. These larger insects will range from #8-14. As the flows continue to drop, small food becomes more and more important. Expect to see lots of caddis in #14-18, and red quill mayflies in #12-14. Midges and tricos are much smaller, from #18-#24. Don't worry about the fast water in the middle of the river; think small stream tactics right along the shoreline, and you'll find success. Focus on fishing from shore wherever possible.

Most creeks near Salida are clear and fishing well. These can be excellent options during the summer, especially during times where the river is a challenge.

Things are changing on a day-by-day basis, so please call us if you have thoughts or questions at (719) 395-1796 in Buena Vista or (719) 539-4223 in Salida to get river clarity reports.

*Private water Arkansas River wade trips are available out of both our Salida and Buena Vista shops. Please call our stores for more details.

Follow us on instagram at @ArkAnglers!

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservation.

Salida Shop: 7500 W. Highway 50, 719-539-4223 / Open Monday-Saturday 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00.

Buena Vista Shop: 517 S. Highway 24, 719-395-1796 / Open Monday-Saturday, 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00

This report was written by ArkAnglers: http://www.arkanglers.com
719-539-4223

Aug 15 ArkAnglers

Thursday 8/15, 2019

Flow at Wellsville: 916 cfs

Water Temp.: 50s, low 60s

Clarity: Clear, several feet of visibility.

101 Fly Fishing Class Dates: August 24, September 7, September 21

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservations

Thursday Report - Braden Baker/Greg Felt

Prime summer fishing is upon us! Flows continue to gently decline as the high elevation snowpack dwindles, and visibility has been fine with the exception of an occasional heavy afternoon thunderstorm murking things up. Our trips over the the past two week have had excellent experiences, both float and wade, and truly, we are coming into some of the most fun and consistent float fishing of the year. In higher water years like this one, August/September/October are usually incredible. It's been a long wait, but the Arkansas River is fishing red hot and now is the time to get down here!

Fish are concentrated along the banks and in broken pocket water as they seek refuge from the swift current. Coincidentally, as stonefly nymphs migrate to the edges and hatch they become vulnerable, easy food for trout. This has provided some excellent dry and dry/dropper fishing with large stonefly imitations out along the edges. As the flows continue to drop, small food beomes more and more important. Expect to see lots of caddis in #14-18, and red quill mayflies in #12-14. Midges and tricos are much smaller, from #18-#24. Don't worry about the fast water in the middle of the river; think small stream tactics right along the shoreline, and you'll find success. Focus on fishing from shore wherever possible.

Most creeks near Salida are clear and fishing well. These can be excellent options during the summer, especially during times where the river is a challenge.

Things are changing on a day-by-day basis, so please call us if you have thoughts or questions at (719) 395-1796 in Buena Vista or (719) 539-4223 in Salida to get river clarity reports.

*Private water Arkansas River wade trips are available out of both our Salida and Buena Vista shops. Please call our stores for more details.

Follow us on instagram at @ArkAnglers!

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservation.

Salida Shop: 7500 W. Highway 50, 719-539-4223 / Open Monday-Saturday 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00.

Buena Vista Shop: 517 S. Highway 24, 719-395-1796 / Open Monday-Saturday, 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00

This report was written by ArkAnglers: http://www.arkanglers.com
719-539-4223

Aug 12 ArkAnglers

Monday 8/12, 2019

Flow at Wellsville: 1020 cfs

Water Temp.: 50s, low 60s

Clarity: 1.5 feet. stained brown with fishable conditions along the edges

101 Fly Fishing Class Dates: August 10, August 24, September 7, September 21

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservations

Monday Report - Braden Baker/Greg Felt

The clarity is returning to the lower basin following the rain Saturday night. we have fishable but stained conditions in Salida that should clear more throughout the day.

Prime summer fishing is upon us! Flows continue to gently decline as the high elevation snowpack dwindles, and visibility has been fine with the exception of an occasional heavy afternoon thunderstorm murking things up. Our trips over the the past two week have had excellent experiences, both float and wade, and truly, we are coming into some of the most fun and consistent float fishing of the year. In higher water years like this one, August/September/October are usually incredible. It's been a long wait, but the Arkansas River is fishing red hot and now is the time to get down here!

Fish are extremely concentrated along the banks and in broken pocket water as they seek refuge from the swift current. Coincidentally, as stonefly nymphs migrate to the edges and hatch they become vulnerable, easy food for trout. This has provided some excellent dry and dry/dropper fishing with large stonefly imitations out along the edges. Don't worry about the fast water in the middle of the river; think small stream tactics right along the shoreline, and you'll find success. Fish are not leader shy, so stock up on heavy leader/tippet material to give yourself a fighting chance at landing your quarry in the fast flow! Be very careful when wading; do not step where you cannot see the bottom of the river. Focus on fishing from shore wherever possible. Golden stones are #8-12, sallies #14-18, caddis #14-18, and pale morning duns #16-18.

Most creeks near Salida are clear and fishing well. These can be excellent options during the summer, especially during times where the river is a challenge.

Callibaetis and damselfly hatches are underway at some of the low and mid elevation lakes and reservoirs. Please give us a call for updates on the local stillwater fisheries.

Things are changing on a day-by-day basis, so please call us if you have thoughts or questions at (719) 395-1796 in Buena Vista or (719) 539-4223 in Salida to get river clarity reports.

*Private water Arkansas River wade trips are available out of both our Salida and Buena Vista shops. Please call our stores for more details.

Follow us on instagram at @ArkAnglers!

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservation.

Salida Shop: 7500 W. Highway 50, 719-539-4223 / Open Monday-Saturday 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00.

Buena Vista Shop: 517 S. Highway 24, 719-395-1796 / Open Monday-Saturday, 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00

This report was written by ArkAnglers: http://www.arkanglers.com
719-539-4223

Aug 11 ArkAnglers

Sunday 8/11, 2019

Flow at Wellsville: 961 cfs

Water Temp.: 50s, low 60s

Clarity: A bubble of Dirty water is working its way down through Salida today. For the best clarity move up river around Buena Vista and higher or head down river in front of the bubble toward Valley Bridge.

101 Fly Fishing Class Dates: August 10, August 24, September 7, September 21

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservations

Sunday Report - Braden Baker/Greg Felt

Prime summer fishing is upon us! Flows continue to gently decline as the high elevation snowpack dwindles, and visibility has been fine with the exception of an occasional heavy afternoon thunderstorm murking things up. Our trips over the the past two week have had excellent experiences, both float and wade, and truly, we are coming into some of the most fun and consistent float fishing of the year. In higher water years like this one, August/September/October are usually incredible. It's been a long wait, but the Arkansas River is fishing red hot and now is the time to get down here!

Fish are extremely concentrated along the banks and in broken pocket water as they seek refuge from the swift current. Coincidentally, as stonefly nymphs migrate to the edges and hatch they become vulnerable, easy food for trout. This has provided some excellent dry and dry/dropper fishing with large stonefly imitations out along the edges. Don't worry about the fast water in the middle of the river; think small stream tactics right along the shoreline, and you'll find success. Fish are not leader shy, so stock up on heavy leader/tippet material to give yourself a fighting chance at landing your quarry in the fast flow! Be very careful when wading; do not step where you cannot see the bottom of the river. Focus on fishing from shore wherever possible. Golden stones are #8-12, sallies #14-18, caddis #14-18, and pale morning duns #16-18.

Most creeks near Salida are clear and fishing well. These can be excellent options during the summer, especially during times where the river is a challenge.

Callibaetis and damselfly hatches are underway at some of the low and mid elevation lakes and reservoirs. Please give us a call for updates on the local stillwater fisheries.

Things are changing on a day-by-day basis, so please call us if you have thoughts or questions at (719) 395-1796 in Buena Vista or (719) 539-4223 in Salida to get river clarity reports.

*Private water Arkansas River wade trips are available out of both our Salida and Buena Vista shops. Please call our stores for more details.

Follow us on instagram at @ArkAnglers!

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservation.

Salida Shop: 7500 W. Highway 50, 719-539-4223 / Open Monday-Saturday 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00.

Buena Vista Shop: 517 S. Highway 24, 719-395-1796 / Open Monday-Saturday, 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00

This report was written by ArkAnglers: http://www.arkanglers.com
719-539-4223

Aug 10 ArkAnglers

Saturday 8/10, 2019

Flow at Wellsville: 1,020 cfs

Water Temp.: 50s, low 60s

Clarity: Great visibility through Salida and down to Coaldale

101 Fly Fishing Class Dates: August 10, August 24, September 7, September 21

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservations

Saturday Report - Braden Baker/Greg Felt

Prime summer fishing is upon us! Flows continue to gently decline as the high elevation snowpack dwindles, and visibility has been fine with the exception of an occasional heavy afternoon thunderstorm murking things up. Our trips over the the past two week have had excellent experiences, both float and wade, and truly, we are coming into some of the most fun and consistent float fishing of the year. In higher water years like this one, August/September/October are usually incredible. It's been a long wait, but the Arkansas River is fishing red hot and now is the time to get down here!

Fish are extremely concentrated along the banks and in broken pocket water as they seek refuge from the swift current. Coincidentally, as stonefly nymphs migrate to the edges and hatch they become vulnerable, easy food for trout. This has provided some excellent dry and dry/dropper fishing with large stonefly imitations out along the edges. Don't worry about the fast water in the middle of the river; think small stream tactics right along the shoreline, and you'll find success. Fish are not leader shy, so stock up on heavy leader/tippet material to give yourself a fighting chance at landing your quarry in the fast flow! Be very careful when wading; do not step where you cannot see the bottom of the river. Focus on fishing from shore wherever possible. Golden stones are #8-12, sallies #14-18, caddis #14-18, and pale morning duns #16-18.

Most creeks near Salida are clear and fishing well. These can be excellent options during the summer, especially during times where the river is a challenge.

Callibaetis and damselfly hatches are underway at some of the low and mid elevation lakes and reservoirs. Please give us a call for updates on the local stillwater fisheries.

Things are changing on a day-by-day basis, so please call us if you have thoughts or questions at (719) 395-1796 in Buena Vista or (719) 539-4223 in Salida to get river clarity reports.

*Private water Arkansas River wade trips are available out of both our Salida and Buena Vista shops. Please call our stores for more details.

Follow us on instagram at @ArkAnglers!

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservation.

Salida Shop: 7500 W. Highway 50, 719-539-4223 / Open Monday-Saturday 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00.

Buena Vista Shop: 517 S. Highway 24, 719-395-1796 / Open Monday-Saturday, 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00

This report was written by ArkAnglers: http://www.arkanglers.com
719-539-4223

Aug 06 ArkAnglers

Tuesday 8/6, 2019

Flow at Wellsville: 1,170 cfs

Water Temp.: 50s

Clarity: Good visibility through Salida, 3' or more clarity below town

101 Fly Fishing Class Dates: August 10, August 24, September 7, September 21

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservations

Tuesday Report - Braden Baker/Greg Felt

Prime summer fishing is upon us! Flows continue to gently decline as the high elevation snowpack dwindles, and visibility has been fine with the exception of an occasional heavy afternoon thunderstorm murking things up. Our trips over the the past two week have had excellent experiences, both float and wade, and truly, we are coming into some of the most fun and consistent float fishing of the year. In higher water years like this one, August/September/October are usually incredible. It's been a long wait, but the Arkansas River is fishing red hot and now is the time to get down here!

Fish are extremely concentrated along the banks and in broken pocket water as they seek refuge from the swift current. Coincidentally, as stonefly nymphs migrate to the edges and hatch they become vulnerable, easy food for trout. This has provided some excellent dry and dry/dropper fishing with large stonefly imitations out along the edges. Don't worry about the fast water in the middle of the river; think small stream tactics right along the shoreline, and you'll find success. Fish are not leader shy, so stock up on heavy leader/tippet material to give yourself a fighting chance at landing your quarry in the fast flow! Be very careful when wading; do not step where you cannot see the bottom of the river. Focus on fishing from shore wherever possible. Golden stones are #8-12, sallies #14-18, caddis #14-18, and pale morning duns #16-18.

Most creeks near Salida are clear and fishing well. These can be excellent options during the summer, especially during times where the river is a challenge.

Callibaetis and damselfly hatches are underway at some of the low and mid elevation lakes and reservoirs. Please give us a call for updates on the local stillwater fisheries.

Things are changing on a day-by-day basis, so please call us if you have thoughts or questions at (719) 395-1796 in Buena Vista or (719) 539-4223 in Salida to get river clarity reports.

*Private water Arkansas River wade trips are available out of both our Salida and Buena Vista shops. Please call our stores for more details.

Follow us on instagram at @ArkAnglers!

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservation.

Salida Shop: 7500 W. Highway 50, 719-539-4223 / Open Monday-Saturday 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00.

Buena Vista Shop: 517 S. Highway 24, 719-395-1796 / Open Monday-Saturday, 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00

This report was written by ArkAnglers: http://www.arkanglers.com
719-539-4223

Aug 05 ArkAnglers

Monday 8/5, 2019

Flow at Wellsville: 1,240 cfs

Water Temp.: 50s

Clarity: Good visibility through Salida, 2.5' or more clarity below town

101 Fly Fishing Class Dates: August 10, August 24, September 7, September 21

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservations

Sunday Report - Braden Baker/Greg Felt

Flows continue to gently decline as the high elevation snowpack dwindles, and visibility has been fine with the exception of an occasional heavy afternoon thunderstorm murking things up. Our trips over the the past week have had excellent experiences, both float and wade, and truly, we are coming into some of the most fun and consistent float fishing of the year. In higher water years like this one, August/September/October are usually incredible. It's been a long wait, but the Arkansas River is fishing red hot and now is the time to get down here!

Fish are extremely concentrated along the banks and in broken pocket water as they seek refuge from the swift current. Coincidentally, as stonefly nymphs migrate to the edges and hatch they become vulnerable, easy food for trout. This has provided some excellent dry and dry/dropper fishing with large stonefly imitations out along the edges. Don't worry about the fast water in the middle of the river; think small stream tactics right along the shoreline, and you'll find success. Fish are not leader shy, so stock up on heavy leader/tippet material to give yourself a fighting chance at landing your quarry in the fast flow! Be very careful when wading; do not step where you cannot see the bottom of the river. Focus on fishing from shore wherever possible. Golden stones are #8-12, sallies #14-18, caddis #14-18, and pale morning duns #16-18.

Most creeks near Salida are clear and fishing well. These can be excellent options during the summer, especially during times where the river is a challenge.

Callibaetis and damselfly hatches are underway at some of the low and mid elevation lakes and reservoirs. Please give us a call for updates on the local stillwater fisheries.

Things are changing on a day-by-day basis, so please call us if you have thoughts or questions at (719) 395-1796 in Buena Vista or (719) 539-4223 in Salida to get river clarity reports.

*Private water Arkansas River wade trips are available out of both our Salida and Buena Vista shops. Please call our stores for more details.

Follow us on instagram at @ArkAnglers!

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservation.

Salida Shop: 7500 W. Highway 50, 719-539-4223 / Open Monday-Saturday 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00.

Buena Vista Shop: 517 S. Highway 24, 719-395-1796 / Open Monday-Saturday, 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00

This report was written by ArkAnglers: http://www.arkanglers.com
719-539-4223

Aug 04 ArkAnglers

Sunday 8/4, 2019

Flow at Wellsville: 1,290 cfs

Water Temp.: 50s

Clarity: 2-3 feet above badger creek, >1 foot below the creek

101 Fly Fishing Class Dates: August 10, August 24, September 7, September 21

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservations

Sunday Report - Braden Baker/Greg Felt

Everything above Badger creek has bounced back nicely after the rain on friday night. Below badger creek we are seeing dirty water from rain storms last night. Stay above badger creek (rincon) all the way up to hayden meadows for the most productive fishing.

Clarity is pretty good today below Salida, considering the slug of muddy water that passed through town last night. Flows continue to gently decline as the high elevation snowpack dwindles, and visibility has been fine with the exception of an occasional heavy afternoon thunderstorm murking things up. Our trips over the the past week have had excellent experiences, both float and wade, and truly, we are coming into some of the most fun and consistent float fishing of the year. In higher water years like this one, August/September/October are usually incredible. It's been a long wait, but the Arkansas River is fishing red hot and now is the time to get down here!

Fish are extremely concentrated along the banks and in broken pocket water as they seek refuge from the swift current. Coincidentally, as stonefly nypmhs migrate to the edges and hatch they become vulnerable, easy food for trout. This has provided some excellent dry and dry/dropper fishing with large stonefly imitations out along the edges. Don't worry about the fast water in the middle of the river; think small stream tactics right along the shoreline, and you'll find success. Fish are not leader shy, so stock up on heavy leader/tippet material to give yourself a fighting chance at landing your quarry in the fast flow! Be very careful when wading; do not step where you cannot see the bottom of the river. Focus on fishing from shore wherever possible. Golden stones are #8-12, sallies #14-18, caddis #14-18, and pale morning duns #16-18.

Most creeks near Salida are clear and fishing well. These can be excellent options during the summer, especially during times where the river is a challenge.

Callibaetis and damselfly hatches are underway at some of the low and mid elevation lakes and reservoirs. Please give us a call for updates on the local stillwater fisheries.

Things are changing on a day-by-day basis, so please call us if you have thoughts or questions at (719) 395-1796 in Buena Vista or (719) 539-4223 in Salida to get river clarity reports.

*Private water Arkansas River wade trips are available out of both our Salida and Buena Vista shops. Please call our stores for more details.

Follow us on instagram at @ArkAnglers!

Call 719-539-4223 or email [email protected] with questions or to make your reservation.

Salida Shop: 7500 W. Highway 50, 719-539-4223 / Open Monday-Saturday 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00.

Buena Vista Shop: 517 S. Highway 24, 719-395-1796 / Open Monday-Saturday, 8:00-6:00, Sunday 8:00-5:00

This report was written by ArkAnglers: http://www.arkanglers.com
719-539-4223

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