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On 12/27/2011 at 1:24 AM, nightheron said:

post-30681-0-24824400-1324966472_thumb.jpgTennessee Brownie

post-30681-0-59051000-1324966490_thumb.jpgNorth Georgia Bow

post-30681-0-60605400-1324966508_thumb.jpgLight Circle Buffalo

post-30681-0-76290100-1324966537_thumb.jpgChockoloskee Snook

post-30681-0-18428500-1324966556_thumb.jpgArgentina (Chaco Province) Golden Dorado

post-30681-0-08566500-1324966633_thumb.jpgTennessee Cherokee Bass

Familiar with those places except for Argentina...too far to drive.

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1 hour ago, feathers5 said:

Ha, that's a lot of crawfish. I tie about 4 patterns. Nice job.

LOL ...  I'm not that good a tyer, those were from a swap earlier this year.

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I was going through some old pictures(taken 15 years ago).  I caught this trout out of a private lake my salt water fly fishing club had been invited to fish in west central PA.

Cut Throat?

 

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9 hours ago, Mark Knapp said:

Are you sure those aren't all the same fish? 😁 Just teasing, nice fish.

I got every single one of them from the same hole and im think what the heck do I need to realise this thing somewhere else? 

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15 hours ago, Landon P said:

I got every single one of them from the same hole and im think what the heck do I need to realise this thing somewhere else? 

Either way, lots of fun. Good on ya.Thanks for the picks.

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14 hours ago, niveker said:

A few from Saturday morn:

 

 

 

 

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That one's a chunker. What's the fly?

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7 hours ago, Mark Knapp said:

That one's a chunker. What's the fly?

That was the biggest of the day, and the only one to fall for a dry, gray adams, #16

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Here's a small Bow and Brookie  from Saturday morning that I got on a #14 Elk Hair Caddis. The dry's were working well early until the overcast lifted.  We have a drought happening here in Mass.  Because the river I was on has the flow controlled by dam release it is one of the few in the state that's still fishable.  By 10AM there were a lot of anglers on the river along with more Kayaks than I've seen in the previous 10 years combined.  I could see plenty of 16" to 20" bows but they were real spooky which made for tough fishing.  We have rain in the forecast over the next 3 days so hopefully things will get back to normal soon.

 

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