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Discussion in 'Fly Tying, Trout Fishing' started by spinner, Jan 7, 2012.
my kinda water. a snaggy mess.
To the top of my waders looking for big browns.
I wouldn't be caught dead in one of those homogenized manicured sections.
I like your favorite place pictures i have never seen such before this is really very nice and beautiful if you have any more such type of beautiful and amazing pictures then share this with us.
Reads Creek Vernon County
Sugar Creek Crawford County
Mayflower B&B here.
New "IT" place to fish.
There are no pines on this creek in Crawford County
Can you smell the Plums on this creek?
I am hoping for green on opener but I must be a realist.
This is what the opener is going to look like.
The keys to a successful opening days early season opener is to look for those Thermal Changes in holes. Note the small spring emptying in on the right...The trout were stacked up like cord wood here. It was a Grand day.
Tiny streams doesn't always mean tiny fish.
Lots of folks dislike the scenery right after the snow melts. It means no more cold snow runoff...warmer waters and trout that haven't been harassed for 5 months.