Song of summer

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A solitary angler waits while trout rise around him during a wind-born “hatch” of winged ants on Grand Mesa. When summer lake levels are full, anglers can walk the bank, searching for trout cruising along the edges.



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A solitary angler waits while trout rise around him during a wind-born “hatch” of winged ants on Grand Mesa. When summer lake levels are full, anglers can walk the bank, searching for trout cruising along the edges.

Late last night, just as Scorpio was emerging in the southern sky, a song of summer began. The rasp of crickets sounding across the back lawn is more than a simple way to estimate the…




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