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Thread: I wish this was my backyard

  1. #11
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    Beautiful fish, beautiful water. Gosh. I gotta go fishing!

  2. #12
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    Nice fish DP!

    Makes me wonder though...
    With brookies of that size where you were fishing, is a certain trek up a certain fork still worth it... Of course, I know it would be an adventure so still down...

    Tight Lines,

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnflyfisher View Post
    Nice fish DP!

    Makes me wonder though...
    With brookies of that size where you were fishing, is a certain trek up a certain fork still worth it... Of course, I know it would be an adventure so still down...

    Tight Lines,
    Worth it is a relative term . To me yes
    To 99% of mankind - probably not

    When you can make it for an all day trip I have a great section to get you on

    I remember a post a year or so back asking what they planned to do the next year. I was able to knock 60% or so off my list, but still need to get on a few. Plus there are now several more creeks calling me that are getting pretty remote. Plus I need to start doing some more exploring outside of the park. Man I wish I had more time

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    Nicely done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckypaddler View Post
    Worth it is a relative term . To me yes
    To 99% of mankind - probably not
    How did I know you were going to say that...
    First, I think I'll start off with a trip down low since I haven't even fished GB yet.

    Tight Lines,

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    That is a fine report. Looks like an awesome day.
    Wild troutin, blue linin, fly flingin, camo wearin, redneckin elitist.

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    I have to say it's time to pack my backs! If only it was in my state or neighboring state (let alone backyard) Thanks for the great report & pix

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    Nice specs. Thanks for the great report. I love that area, though about ten years ago I had my worst accident almost slipping and falling off a small waterfall while rock hopping - tore some lower back muscles. But either way, its definitely worth it.
    May you find a rise in every puddle... - WATERBORN

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterborn View Post
    Nice specs. Thanks for the great report. I love that area, though about ten years ago I had my worst accident almost slipping and falling off a small waterfall while rock hopping - tore some lower back muscles. But either way, its definitely worth it.
    I think I broke my finger higher up there today. When you can't bend it, it's broken right?

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