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Andy Idema (aidema)

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I live in Colorado and enjoy fly fishing the South Platte and RMNP. I like fishing the hex hatch back in Michigan as well.
County: Boulder County
State: Colorado.
City: Erie
                   

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Andy Idema (aidema) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing on the South Platte River (Cheesman Canyon), Colorado
Good fishing in Cheesman on 11.20.15. Had the Canyon to myself for a few hours which was freegin great and as most of you know, rare. I think the weather report made most folks shy away. There was some snow on the banks but the temps were good and the fish were eating. Did really well, 4 nice fish around 16" within a 45 minute span starting at 10am. Rainbows are keyed in on the browns eggs since they're on the redds. Also had some action with BWOs. (11/25/15)
Andy Idema (aidema) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing on the Blue River, Colorado
Great day on the Blue. Flows seamed pretty low... Not sure what they were exactly but the water was definitely low. Tons of rainbows cruising around. Snow was falling and it was nice. Dulled the sound of the highway. Temps were in the high 20's / low 30's. After my first flipper around 11am, I hooked several really nice fish that broke me off. Then finally around 1:30pm I hooked and landed a really fat rainbow. Decent fight... not the best I've had and I'm guessing water temps had a lot to do with that. Either way, great fish. 22" fatty rainbow. Felt like 6 lbs. (03/01/13)
Andy Idema (aidema) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing on the Uncompahgre River, Colorado
Fished the Unc at Paco with bigerrfish and had a great day. Flows are up but the water is plenty clear and most importantly the fish are eating. Picked up plenty of browns and rainbows under overcast skies. Fished subsurface all morning and early afternoon and did well. There were some fish rising in the pocket water too. Great day. (04/11/11)
Andy Idema (aidema) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing on the South Platte River (Dream Stream), Colorado
Fished the Dream Stream today in ridiculous winds. Got a decent brown on a green copper john size 18 and missed several really nice fish on different streamers. Wind was super obnoxious and so was missing the biggens but it was still a good trip. My buddy got 3 small rainbows. There were some really nice fish rising when the wind would let up but I couldn't see a lot of insect activity so I'm assuming it was midges??? Not sure. (03/21/11)
Andy Idema (aidema) reported - 1 - Excellent fly fishing on the Rainbow Lake, Colorado
Hiked/fished rainbow lake just outside of Walden, Colorado. Perfect temps... bout 75 and sunny and the water was clear and cold. Caught many really nice cutthroats. In order to catch the fish in the lake you need to wait until evening and wade out about 50 feet where the fish are in casting range. (08/22/10)
Andy Idema (aidema) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing on the South Platte River (Dream Stream), Colorado
Fished the Dream Stream (Spinney Mile) on 7/14/2010 and 7/15. Got there Thursday night and ran into a really thick caddis hatch but the wind was definitely killing the rises. There were some, but not many fish feeding. I did hook two nice fish on a Matt Guymon streamer. Friday morning around 9:30 there were a lot of Tricos in the air and I saw some incredible fish coming out of the water for these flies. There was one fish (he was in the "riffle" part of the picture I'll post with this report) that would put his nose up and then swim across the riffle and eddy behind it swirving to get as many tricos as he could. Never seen that before and the fish was at least 24". I fished that run for a good hour or so and was fruitless. I was hoping to continue to fish the spinner fall but the damn released and killed the hatch. Oh well... still a great trip. (07/30/10)
Andy Idema (aidema) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing on the Big Thompson River, Colorado
Fished the Big Thompson River a few miles west of the Dam Store in Roosevelt National Forest. Started around 6 am and there wasn't a ton of insect activity, some midges and some caddis, but both my buddy and I got browns. His took an adams and mine took a bead head hare's ear. (07/29/10)
Andy Idema (aidema) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing on the North Platte River, Wyoming
Fished on July 9 near the Six Mile Gap campground. Water was still running pretty high and was off color (tea stained). I think it was running around 700cfs which is about 200cfs too high. Fished with streamers and had two really nice browns chase but no bite. My buddy who I was teaching to fly fish landed two little rainbows. I am assuming it will be in great shape by this weekend. Oh one last thing... while tying on a streamer I snapped the line and it shot the fly straight into my thumb. Ouch! (07/14/10)
Andy Idema (aidema) reported - 4 - Poor fly fishing on the Clear Creek, Colorado
Fished Clear Creek last weekend. Didn't even see a trout and it was too windy to cast. Bummer. (05/06/10)
Andy Idema (aidema) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing on the Uncompahgre River, Colorado
Fished the Uncompahgre this past weekend. Not much insect activity but had amazing weather. I threw streamers most of the morning and had one on for a little bit but couldn't bring it to net. I had two VERY large fish take an interest but no bite. The first was well over 20 and the second was probably around 20 or 22. After about 10am the action died down. I'll definitely go back to try my luck again. (04/12/10)
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Andy Idema (aidema) wrote a description for the Koaie River (Stream), Hawaii
The Koaie Stream is located in the Alakai swamp in the kokee area of the island of Kauai, Hawaii. It is very difficult to access but if you want to catch rainbow trout in Hawaii, the Koaie River is your shot. The hike will take about 4 to 6 hours depending on your physical condition and there is some very difficult terrain. If you choose to fly fish the Koaie River though, it will all seem worth it. It's beautiful. It is highly recommended that this hike is done with a guide or with someone that has hiked/fished it in the past. The trail is difficult and at times confusing. Take a GPS unit and bring plenty of water. The trail is almost 5 miles of challenging hiking and it does rain a lot. Once at the stream the fly angler will encounter some difficult wading conditions. Good wading shoes are a must. The stream winds and bends and presents very nice pools. The water is not crystal clear and tropical as you might think, it is a darker brown stained color. This is because the source of the river is the wetest place on earth. As the rain runs through the Alaiaki swamp it picks up this darker color. The trout are healthy and big. And you are catching rainbows on flies in Hawaii... pretty cool. If you choose to fish you will most likely want to camp. A permit can be obtained via the Forest reserve (1-808-274-3433). (08/29/10)
B. T. (sockeyebob) wrote a description for the Koaie River (Stream), Hawaii
The Koaie Stream is located in the Alakai swamp in the kokee area of the island of Kauai, Hawaii. It is very difficult to access but if you want to catch rainbow trout in Hawaii, the Koaie River is your shot. The hike will take about 4 to 6 hours depending on your physical condition and there is some very difficult terrain. If you choose to fly fish the Koaie River though, it will all seem worth it. It's beautiful. It is highly recommended that this hike is done with a guide or with someone that has hiked/fished it in the past. The trail is difficult and at times confusing. Take a GPS unit and bring plenty of water. The trail is almost 5 miles of challenging hiking and it does rain a lot. Once at the stream the fly angler will encounter some difficult wading conditions. Good wading shoes are a must. The stream winds and bends and presents very nice pools. The water is not crystal clear and tropical as you might think, it is a darker brown stained color. This is because the source of the river is the wetest place on earth. As the rain runs through the Alaiaki swamp it picks up this darker color. The trout are healthy and big. And you are catching rainbows on flies in Hawaii... pretty cool. If you choose to fish you will most likely want to camp. A permit can be obtained via the Forest reserve (1-808-274-3433). (08/29/10)
jack king (jmking) wrote a description for the Koaie River (Stream), Hawaii
The Koaie Stream is located in the Alakai swamp in the kokee area of the island of Kauai, Hawaii. It is very difficult to access but if you want to catch rainbow trout in Hawaii, the Koaie River is your shot. The hike will take about 4 to 6 hours depending on your physical condition and there is some very difficult terrain. If you choose to fly fish the Koaie River though, it will all seem worth it. It's beautiful. It is highly recommended that this hike is done with a guide or with someone that has hiked/fished it in the past. The trail is difficult and at times confusing. Take a GPS unit and bring plenty of water. The trail is almost 5 miles of challenging hiking and it does rain a lot. Once at the stream the fly angler will encounter some difficult wading conditions. Good wading shoes are a must. The stream winds and bends and presents very nice pools. The water is not crystal clear and tropical as you might think, it is a darker brown stained color. This is because the source of the river is the wetest place on earth. As the rain runs through the Alaiaki swamp it picks up this darker color. The trout are healthy and big. And you are catching rainbows on flies in Hawaii... pretty cool. If you choose to fish you will most likely want to camp. A permit can be obtained via the Forest reserve (1-808-274-3433). (08/29/10)
Mark Hoekstra (hoeky) wrote a description for the Koaie River (Stream), Hawaii
The Koaie Stream is located in the Alakai swamp in the kokee area of the island of Kauai, Hawaii. It is very difficult to access but if you want to catch rainbow trout in Hawaii, the Koaie River is your shot. The hike will take about 4 to 6 hours depending on your physical condition and there is some very difficult terrain. If you choose to fly fish the Koaie River though, it will all seem worth it. It's beautiful. It is highly recommended that this hike is done with a guide or with someone that has hiked/fished it in the past. The trail is difficult and at times confusing. Take a GPS unit and bring plenty of water. The trail is almost 5 miles of challenging hiking and it does rain a lot. Once at the stream the fly angler will encounter some difficult wading conditions. Good wading shoes are a must. The stream winds and bends and presents very nice pools. The water is not crystal clear and tropical as you might think, it is a darker brown stained color. This is because the source of the river is the wetest place on earth. As the rain runs through the Alaiaki swamp it picks up this darker color. The trout are healthy and big. And you are catching rainbows on flies in Hawaii... pretty cool. If you choose to fish you will most likely want to camp. A permit can be obtained via the Forest reserve (1-808-274-3433). (08/29/10)
Paul Eberhart (coldwater) wrote a description for the Koaie River (Stream), Hawaii
The Koaie Stream is located in the Alakai swamp in the kokee area of the island of Kauai, Hawaii. It is very difficult to access but if you want to catch rainbow trout in Hawaii, the Koaie River is your shot. The hike will take about 4 to 6 hours depending on your physical condition and there is some very difficult terrain. If you choose to fly fish the Koaie River though, it will all seem worth it. It's beautiful. It is highly recommended that this hike is done with a guide or with someone that has hiked/fished it in the past. The trail is difficult and at times confusing. Take a GPS unit and bring plenty of water. The trail is almost 5 miles of challenging hiking and it does rain a lot. Once at the stream the fly angler will encounter some difficult wading conditions. Good wading shoes are a must. The stream winds and bends and presents very nice pools. The water is not crystal clear and tropical as you might think, it is a darker brown stained color. This is because the source of the river is the wetest place on earth. As the rain runs through the Alaiaki swamp it picks up this darker color. The trout are healthy and big. And you are catching rainbows on flies in Hawaii... pretty cool. If you choose to fish you will most likely want to camp. A permit can be obtained via the Forest reserve (1-808-274-3433). (08/29/10)
Andrew Sears (eastwalkerguide) wrote a description for the Koaie River (Stream), Hawaii
The Koaie Stream is located in the Alakai swamp in the kokee area of the island of Kauai, Hawaii. It is very difficult to access but if you want to catch rainbow trout in Hawaii, the Koaie River is your shot. The hike will take about 4 to 6 hours depending on your physical condition and there is some very difficult terrain. If you choose to fly fish the Koaie River though, it will all seem worth it. It's beautiful. It is highly recommended that this hike is done with a guide or with someone that has hiked/fished it in the past. The trail is difficult and at times confusing. Take a GPS unit and bring plenty of water. The trail is almost 5 miles of challenging hiking and it does rain a lot. Once at the stream the fly angler will encounter some difficult wading conditions. Good wading shoes are a must. The stream winds and bends and presents very nice pools. The water is not crystal clear and tropical as you might think, it is a darker brown stained color. This is because the source of the river is the wetest place on earth. As the rain runs through the Alaiaki swamp it picks up this darker color. The trout are healthy and big. And you are catching rainbows on flies in Hawaii... pretty cool. If you choose to fish you will most likely want to camp. A permit can be obtained via the Forest reserve (1-808-274-3433). (08/29/10)
Tray Shields (Shieeds) wrote a description for the Koaie River (Stream), Hawaii
The Koaie Stream is located in the Alakai swamp in the kokee area of the island of Kauai, Hawaii. It is very difficult to access but if you want to catch rainbow trout in Hawaii, the Koaie River is your shot. The hike will take about 4 to 6 hours depending on your physical condition and there is some very difficult terrain. If you choose to fly fish the Koaie River though, it will all seem worth it. It's beautiful. It is highly recommended that this hike is done with a guide or with someone that has hiked/fished it in the past. The trail is difficult and at times confusing. Take a GPS unit and bring plenty of water. The trail is almost 5 miles of challenging hiking and it does rain a lot. Once at the stream the fly angler will encounter some difficult wading conditions. Good wading shoes are a must. The stream winds and bends and presents very nice pools. The water is not crystal clear and tropical as you might think, it is a darker brown stained color. This is because the source of the river is the wetest place on earth. As the rain runs through the Alaiaki swamp it picks up this darker color. The trout are healthy and big. And you are catching rainbows on flies in Hawaii... pretty cool. If you choose to fish you will most likely want to camp. A permit can be obtained via the Forest reserve (1-808-274-3433). (08/29/10)
Tom Hoekstra (thoekstra23) wrote a description for the Koaie River (Stream), Hawaii
The Koaie Stream is located in the Alakai swamp in the kokee area of the island of Kauai, Hawaii. It is very difficult to access but if you want to catch rainbow trout in Hawaii, the Koaie River is your shot. The hike will take about 4 to 6 hours depending on your physical condition and there is some very difficult terrain. If you choose to fly fish the Koaie River though, it will all seem worth it. It's beautiful. It is highly recommended that this hike is done with a guide or with someone that has hiked/fished it in the past. The trail is difficult and at times confusing. Take a GPS unit and bring plenty of water. The trail is almost 5 miles of challenging hiking and it does rain a lot. Once at the stream the fly angler will encounter some difficult wading conditions. Good wading shoes are a must. The stream winds and bends and presents very nice pools. The water is not crystal clear and tropical as you might think, it is a darker brown stained color. This is because the source of the river is the wetest place on earth. As the rain runs through the Alaiaki swamp it picks up this darker color. The trout are healthy and big. And you are catching rainbows on flies in Hawaii... pretty cool. If you choose to fish you will most likely want to camp. A permit can be obtained via the Forest reserve (1-808-274-3433). (08/29/10)
Chris Miller (thumperboy) wrote a description for the Koaie River (Stream), Hawaii
The Koaie Stream is located in the Alakai swamp in the kokee area of the island of Kauai, Hawaii. It is very difficult to access but if you want to catch rainbow trout in Hawaii, the Koaie River is your shot. The hike will take about 4 to 6 hours depending on your physical condition and there is some very difficult terrain. If you choose to fly fish the Koaie River though, it will all seem worth it. It's beautiful. It is highly recommended that this hike is done with a guide or with someone that has hiked/fished it in the past. The trail is difficult and at times confusing. Take a GPS unit and bring plenty of water. The trail is almost 5 miles of challenging hiking and it does rain a lot. Once at the stream the fly angler will encounter some difficult wading conditions. Good wading shoes are a must. The stream winds and bends and presents very nice pools. The water is not crystal clear and tropical as you might think, it is a darker brown stained color. This is because the source of the river is the wetest place on earth. As the rain runs through the Alaiaki swamp it picks up this darker color. The trout are healthy and big. And you are catching rainbows on flies in Hawaii... pretty cool. If you choose to fish you will most likely want to camp. A permit can be obtained via the Forest reserve (1-808-274-3433). (08/29/10)
Judy McCann (jmccann113) wrote a description for the Koaie River (Stream), Hawaii
The Koaie Stream is located in the Alakai swamp in the kokee area of the island of Kauai, Hawaii. It is very difficult to access but if you want to catch rainbow trout in Hawaii, the Koaie River is your shot. The hike will take about 4 to 6 hours depending on your physical condition and there is some very difficult terrain. If you choose to fly fish the Koaie River though, it will all seem worth it. It's beautiful. It is highly recommended that this hike is done with a guide or with someone that has hiked/fished it in the past. The trail is difficult and at times confusing. Take a GPS unit and bring plenty of water. The trail is almost 5 miles of challenging hiking and it does rain a lot. Once at the stream the fly angler will encounter some difficult wading conditions. Good wading shoes are a must. The stream winds and bends and presents very nice pools. The water is not crystal clear and tropical as you might think, it is a darker brown stained color. This is because the source of the river is the wetest place on earth. As the rain runs through the Alaiaki swamp it picks up this darker color. The trout are healthy and big. And you are catching rainbows on flies in Hawaii... pretty cool. If you choose to fish you will most likely want to camp. A permit can be obtained via the Forest reserve (1-808-274-3433). (08/29/10)
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Emil Kadlec (emilbugger77)
Nice site Andy! (4/30/11)
Thom Underwood (Thom.BigT)
Andy, I will get the word out there in the Atlanta Market for you.... (4/30/11)
Tim Jackson (timmyv)
Hey nice meeting you tonight Andy. Tight lines! (4/30/11)
tyler fox (foxboy1122)
i used a hobs creek 9 foot rock from bass pro. i cought the fish in a small town called sett. (4/30/11)
Richard Brown (RommShuvoni)
Thanks Andy, all the fish in this creek are a thing of beauty. The creek is named "Fish Creek" located in the Southern Sierra Nevada Mountains. Funny thing is you can drive there. The creek is about 100 yards from the road. I caught this beauty less than a quarter mile from my truck. Most of the Goldens are small, 4 to 8 inches in length, but they are feisty for their size. I have seen a few 12 inch fish come out this creek (4/30/11)
matt guymon (localwaters)
Thank's Andy I love this site also! (4/30/11)
George Heim (GeorgeHeim)
thanks Andy - appreciate the '10' on that pic (4/30/11)
Roger Simon (RogerSimon)
Andy,<br><br>Yes Flint is my neighbor. He's about 300 yds upstream from me. Small world!<br><br>Rog (4/30/11)
JAMES WAGNER (jimwagner)
Andy,<br>Thanks for the comment and 10 rating. Yes PA Browns get that big and bigger - probably not as numerous as in Colorado though. The Klinkhamer was first publicized in the 1980's by Hans van Klinken from the Netherlands. Check his website: /html/index.htm (4/30/11)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide)
thanks for the coment on the rainbow <br>jim mitchell (4/30/11)
Colorado Angler (ColoradoAngler)
Thanks for the comment - she was stoked to catch something that big after only a few times out on the river. Something to be proud of for sure. (4/30/11)
Randy Spurlin (ranmans1)
Thanx Andy. Running the rapids on the Umpqua is fun but the smallmouth fishing is even better. (4/30/11)
peter moyer (brookiehunter619)
Thanks for the comment Andrew.fish on. (4/30/11)
Josh C (bigerrfish)
thanks for the comment nice water you fish (4/30/11)
Josh C (bigerrfish)
thanks for the comment thats some mighty nice water you fish (4/30/11)
Chad Bryson (chadbryson)
Thanks Andrew. The stripers make their summer run up the river and gorge on the smaller trout. Great fun on a 10wt!!!! (4/30/11)
Chris Smorul (LopatNympher)
Thanks for the nice words Andrew. Those fish come from a stream not far from where I live. It supports a nice population of wild fish, not big ones but beautiful none the less. (4/30/11)
Chris Smorul (LopatNympher)
I got a 21 inch Brookie there last year where it empties into a larger river. (4/30/11)
Brian Minich (minich83)
Thanks for the rating Andy. The pic didn't even really do the fish justice. (4/30/11)
Jason Ostrander (greyreefanglers)
Hey, thanks for the rating and comment. It was the fish of a lifetime! (4/30/11)
Brian Minich (minich83)
Thanks for the comment Andy. Steelhead fishing is a nice change of pace after guiding for trout all spring and summer. (4/30/11)
Patrick Rosenow (Patrick38)
Thanks for the pic comment the wife side i can't put any more L/M ON the wall it has to be a defert speches of fish (4/30/11)
Capt Matt Thomas (Capt. Matt )
hey andrew, thanks for the look... i thought you might like to know i also fish in michigan. my family has a cabin on the south branch of the pm. the hex rocks! (4/30/11)
Matthew Patterson (mattyp)
thanks for the comments andy. (4/30/11)
Josh C (bigerrfish)
Thanks for the coment Andrew hey sorry bout all that bs....... (4/30/11)
Danny Teets (10point)
Thanks Andy, we caught several this year on the North Branch of the potomac. I also have a guide service. (4/30/11)
blake hunter (awesomnessity)
thanks man! and tail water meaning below a damn... nice shots you got on the dream stream bud! (4/30/11)
blake hunter (awesomnessity)
best state I could have ever chosen to live in!!! (4/30/11)
Josh C (bigerrfish)
I ment to rate that a 10 it WAS a beautiful fish, sorry man (4/30/11)
Jack C. Mauer (Wapiti)
Yes, Andy, Saw the Pike "a"hole article. Bob is a friend of ours! Crazy dude. Very interesting guy. (4/30/11)
Josh C (bigerrfish)
Hey, I have some questions about how to delete some of the items that I have uploaded. How do I go about that? (11/19/10)
Captain Bill Boynton (Captain Bill)
andy what weight rods shold I be bring to fish the madison. 5,6,7? (6/8/11)
Scott Hullinger (Hullyscott)
Hi Andy. My name is Scott Hullinger and I live in Michigan. I usually fish the PM, Ausable, Rifle, Little Man, and the Big Sable. I will be coming to Colorado in April to visit friends in Broomfield. I was thinkning about fishing teh Michigan River on Tuesday April 11th. If you're available and want to show a Michigan boy around the Walden area, that would be great. You can get ahold of me at hullyscott@hotmail.com. Thanks for any info, Scott (2/24/12)
Scott Hullinger (Hullyscott)
Hi Andy. Sent ya a lengthy email over the weekend. Hopefully ya received it. If not, the gist was Wednesday April 11th, would love to fish around the Walden area for the first time. Throw some streamers under some undercut banks!! Let me know if you'd like to show this Michigan boy around for the day. Thanks, Scott (2/27/12)
David Shubin (dbshu1234)
Thank you for welcoming me to the group. (8/10/12)

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