I took a fast trip to a southern Colorado stillwater for a little afternoon break while traveling. The water was still quite cold and my hopes of any real warmwater fish action were quickly squashed. I still gave it a shot on the off chance I might get lucky and find some bass or bluegill lethargically feeding. No warmwater fish, but I managed a few takes and a little stocker rainbow that had broken off someone else's terminal tackle. I clipped the mono he was dragging around with a split shot attached and back he went. At least I discovered a pretty little lake that has potential for bass later in the summer and it has close proximity when visiting family.
Little stocker rainbow from the suburban stillwater