Summer turns to fall, hiking to hunting, but the fishing is still good

Summer turns to fall, hiking to hunting, but the fishing is still good

Dave Julfeth of Evergreen cools his heels while fishing the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River. Julfeth said fishing had been a bit slow but was looking forward to the cooler days of October to revive the action. The Lake Fork runs into Blue Mesa Reservoir and offers anglers the opportunity to catch fall-run kokanee salmon.



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Dave Julfeth of Evergreen cools his heels while fishing the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River. Julfeth said fishing had been a bit slow but was looking forward to the cooler days of October to revive the action. The Lake Fork runs into Blue Mesa Reservoir and offers anglers the opportunity to catch fall-run kokanee salmon.

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