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Runs Deep Creek (TR)

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After a few failed attempts on the local blue lines (I’ll blame high water, but it’s most likely my fault) I gave it another shot since Mother Nature has turned down the faucet.


Looks a like Snowcat City has expanded their product line.

Hit the turnoff, park the truck and although I can hear the creek while I rig up, it’s not as loud as last week so I might actually be able to wade it.  It’s still up, but I’ll be able to get from side to side if I pick my spots (glad I put a new set of Kold Kutters on my boots, though).




Lots of shucks but I guess the emergence has passed; no bugs to speak of, except for mosquitos (the phone is convenient, but just doesn’t have it for the macro shots).


We’ll see if we can pound some up.


Turns out it’s good for a couple


A few more spots




A few different looks.  
Poodah worked great in the suds; buoyant, visible and attractive. 


The Ausable, being orange, is all you need for the stupid cutts.


And a few more fish


Nothing earthshaking on this trip, but the way things are going these days, it’s nice to have a few hours of normalcy with an old friend.


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Wow. Very nice, great photos. Those clear, rushing mountain streams are beautiful. Things are pretty dry here in New England, a very few tailwaters are the only trout game in town. 

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It’s been about 12 years since I heard the sound of a mountain creek. Thanks for taking me back. 👍

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10 hours ago, Steeldrifter said:

Beautiful scenery. What part of the country are you in?

Northwest Montana.


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