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    Re: A Fall Stream (Pictures)

    Ill b up sun the 20th fish or not for our yearly family photos...looks prime...lets hope for good weather and fish on at least that day

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    Re: A Fall Stream (Pictures)

    great job CC and company. Hopefully we get to experience that next Monday and Tuesday :) Looking forward to it.

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    Re: A Fall Stream (Pictures)

    Quote Originally Posted by PinkSalmon View Post
    beautiful. were you using flies on a spinner setup?
    Small plastics.

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    Chance is always powerful. Let your hook be always cast; in the pool where you least expect it, there will be a fish. -- Ovid

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    Re: A Fall Stream (Pictures)

    beautiful. were you using flies on a spinner setup?

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    Re: A Fall Stream (Pictures)

    Wonderful pictures!!

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    As the season winds down it looks like you and Tom had a good time Richard, thanks for the post........Jetspray
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    A Fall Stream (Pictures)

    Nighthawk PMed me suggesting that we do some fishing on Monday. I'm easy to convince. Met Tom at Sharkeys and after a little breakfast we headed up to the W. Carson. The morning was cool with the morning wind and the river low but full of fish. Tom and I fished at the bottom of the canyon and managed 84 trout between us. Nothing large but solid hard fighting bows. After this we went up to look at Hope Valley. As of now the fall colors are at their peak from mid canyon all the way to Red Lake. Go now. Thanks for the ride Tom.

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    Chance is always powerful. Let your hook be always cast; in the pool where you least expect it, there will be a fish. -- Ovid

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