Just got back from Avon. They got two inches of snow on the mountain Thursday morning making the drive up no fun. I was worried we would have a cold wet week, but the sun came out Thursday afternoon and it was beautiful for the next five days. I hiked the beaver creek trail to beaver lake. Only fished the lake. It was very cool. Caught a cutthroat on a wooly bugger. Then I fished the Eagle. Most deep holes had browns. Caught several in the 15 inch range. Most were caught on a prince nymph dropper, but one on an elk hair caddis. Then we drove up to Piney Lake. The drive is beautiful. Ended up fishing the Piney creek for brook trout. These little dudes were hard to sneak up on, but fun to catch. They were hitting dry flies in the afternoon. Some hikers told us we just missed seeing two moose at the creek 10 minutes earlier. In the late afternoon, I would take the wife to the town lake to fish for stocked rainbows. I would catch a few on a stimulator, but she would catch 15 or 20 on a super duper. This lake is basically an option to the local grocery store. So three or four trout ended up being fish tacos. Finally on the drive back to Denver, we decided to stop at Breckenridge for dinner. I was able to fish a few minutes at Ten Mile Creek in Frisco. Caught a nice brown. He was skinny with a big head. Just starting to get that long hook jaw. I am thinking he was at the end of the spawn, which is why he was skinny. The Blue running through Breckenridge looked like a blast to fish. So I am definitely planning to go there next year.