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    Caught this chunky monkey today.
    Wheee!

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    fourx,

    Sweet looking brown there, I imagine he's been eating his share of small stockers and other smaller fish.

    Neal

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    Knowing where you are standing, I would say he is gorged with scuds, sowbugs, and midges. Pretty browns this time of year..

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterwolf View Post
    Knowing where you are standing, I would say he is gorged with scuds, sowbugs, and midges. Pretty browns this time of year..
    Wrong! It was in the new brook trout restoration area on Lynn Camp Prong! Nice pool but you have to hike a ways to get there.

    BTW- Take me to Coldwater sometime Jim.

    4X

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    fourx-

    Thanks for sharing with us. Its great to see someone catch a realy nice brown.

    Bill

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    Sweet brown.

    If WW won't take you, I'll take you upstream of Coldwater if he won't answer the phone, or your afraid of his gas!

    BTW...did you fish Silver Creek when you were out there? I truly dislike that stream even though there are some monsters in there and it is truly beautiful.
    I am a great admirer of spectator sports, especially on television; it keeps the riffraff off the trout streams.

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    Email- thestaabs@hotmail.com
    Heck yeah, I'll go. Steve Staab's the name.
    Yes, I've fished Silvercreek lots of times. You'd probably like it if the wind was blowing 30 mph and every grasshopper in the county was blowing into the "creek" and browns were hitting everything that remotely looked like a hopper. I've fallen in love with central ID for other streams as well.

    Hollar!
    4X

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    Steve, you know you are welcome anytime you want to go just let me know. I fish CW some, but not like I used to. It has been less then friendly the last couple of weeks, and there are better areas on the river to be fishing right now IMO.....

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    Beautiful brown fourx, bet that fellar was a treat to fight.

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