So, I've been in working in Antarctica for the last year with only this forum to satisfy my addiction. Since I am home, I to spend a few days fishing Rocky Ford, figured it's a good place to make a comeback. I also had the opportunity to fish my new Sage TCR (for those who are interested, the TCR will make spey casters turn their head!) and Ross, Evolution for the first time. Fishing was great once I found my rythym, weather held up, and everything I threw at them caught fish. I had no problem hooking fish, bringing them to hand proved to be my handicap. I landed around 10-12fish, and hooked twice that. The creek had recently been stocked, the fish below was one of them. Hey, if I didn't educated him, someone else would have! Here's what worked for me: black peacock body bugger #6 parachute bwo #18 #20 bomber leach #4, 4x long shank scud, blended olive, grey, orange, #12-#18 Buggers and leaches seemed to work best in the early morning and toward dark, with scuds and bwo olives filling in the middle. In all I had a great time, good to be back!