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Old 01-06-2010, 10:38 AM
Jim Casada Jim Casada is offline
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Lauxier--A wild trout of seven inches or slightly larger, freshly caught and properly kitted out in a cornmeal dinner jacket, is a culinary thing of joy forever; something to bring tears of pure joy to a mountain gourmet. It's also heartening to know, as one eats fish, that keeping a limit in most Park waters actually does the fish a favor. Most Park streams are overpopulated, thanks in part to a rather meager food base.

As for those hatchery-raised fish, they are culinary abominations. Most of all, I'm just relieved to find someone else of what my late mother referred to as the "release to grease" persuasion.

Jim Casada
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