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The bite is on the way.

Got out for a few hours and landed this:










Hard to hold and stiff arm and take the photo yourself... but I tried!

Had some others take the streamer but not as photogenic as this one.
 

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Bloody hell! That's a nice fish....

:thumb:
 

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Got a Brooder and nicely done!
 

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Nice one! Good job with the solo photo job too
 

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Looks like it's already here! :thumb:
Yes I would have to agree, but it probably is always here, I just usually throw them spring and fall.

Had more follow it than actually attack it. Seemed they were more curious about it and the guy that would throw something like that. :tongue:

This guy followed it and turned away until some other fish found interest in it then he decided he wanted more than they did.
 

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Nice chunkers.

May I come exercise some fish?
 

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To make matters worse, I even caught one of these.



Thought it was a dead fish on the bottom until it began swimming away. Friggin' Palomino. LOL. Had a kype and a face like a porpoise. Aside from the mutant, I knew what was possible there as my brother has caught 'bows up to 28" but it was fun teaching the 4 - 6 lb trouts not to eat a #2 black bugger. Used an 8 weight to speed up the process. They were chasing minnows in the shallows and would charge the fly from 15' when it hit the water. Looked like torpedos coming in a WW2 movie. All are still swimming. Anyone who can find the place is free to fish it. It's in the hilly part of the state.
 
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