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    Just caught my biggest fish (18 or 19" Rainbow) to date yesterday on the Missouri River just above Craig, Mt. on a Wooly Bugger #12. I've got a picture , but need to figure out how to post it on here. (I just saw where this was meant for catches using a dry fly. )

    Mike
    Last edited by g022271; 05-30-2012 at 10:04 PM. Reason: wooly bugger not a dry fly

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    Mike if you get a chance stop by Headhunters in Craig, Mark is one of the owners he has a wealth of knowledge and is awlays happy to help plus they have a great shop




    here is a 19" brown I caught there at the boat launch at Craig in 08
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    Drag Line - Thanks for the name. I'll be down that way several more times while I'm here and I'll be sure to go by there and see Mark. I need all the advice I can get .

    Mike

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    A 20" cutthroat on a #16 lime trude from the 3rd meadow of Slough Creek in Yellowstone National Park. Awesome take!

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    Normally don't post pics, but here is a decent fish I caught on Sunday on a dry.


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    That's a nice fish.

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    Waterwolf,
    REALLY nice fish! Clinch?

    Only one problem. We all know you were using your special fly for that beast!
    I am a great admirer of spectator sports, especially on television; it keeps the riffraff off the trout streams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flat Fly n View Post
    Waterwolf,
    REALLY nice fish! Clinch?

    Only one problem. We all know you were using your special fly for that beast!
    I would only use that pattern at Calhouns.

    That fish did not come from the Clinch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadisonBoats View Post
    I am going to work on some night mouse-frog action for some big-boy trout this summer. .
    That super full moon we had a few weeks ago would have been an awesome time to do some mousing. Let me know when, I'm definitely game!

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterwolf View Post
    Normally don't post pics, but here is a decent fish I caught on Sunday on a dry.
    Very Nice Fish for a dry!

    Quote Originally Posted by troutmanbrook View Post
    That super full moon we had a few weeks ago would have been an awesome time to do some mousing. Let me know when, I'm definitely game!
    Danny, I am thinking this weekend if you are interested(?) Send me an email or give me a call.
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