I've caught some nice wild bows at the lower end of the trophy water...where you'd think they'd be...mid-river slow pockets, undercut banks, behind fallen tree limbs, etc. Not the places obvious to every flyfisher, but the places obvious to those of us used to chasing wild fish.
If you were to kill one accidentally, I'm sure the crawfish and/or snakes, otters, etc. wouldn't mind it. ( And Cherokee will stock more.)
PS - saw a flyline review you did on Cabela's, sweede! Ordered because of it! Thanks!
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