Platte River near Deckers, Colorado
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Platte River near Deckers, Colorado

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Platte River near the small town of Deckers Colordo. Touted as one of the best trout fishing rivers in North America. I did see some big fish and the people I was with tried to catch them but it was late in the season and the evidently were wise to the flies.

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