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Old 07-14-2010, 08:23 AM
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I guess I left out a lot of details about the actual fishing...

I was on the water for probably about an hour and half, caught the three pictured, had numerous other strikes and rises, and on my way back down stopped and fished over some of the pools I had stopped at earlier and had a couple of hits with a green weenie, but they all managed to throw the hook before I could land them.

All in all, a good trip, even if it was cut short. I probably would have caught more fish if I hadn't been so busy catching Rhododendron. On the plus side, I don't know if there is some universal gravitation law that dictates where a fly will get snagged on a rhododendron branch, but on this occasion, multiple times while I was untangling my fly from branch, I located one or more other flies on the same branch, so I ended up walking out with more flies than I came in with!
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