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    Default Brookies in the rain at 4000+ Elev.

    Sun coming up while on way way.





    Nice wet hike in.





    1st of many that cooperated.
















    They killed all dry flies thrown today, Smoky Mtn. Candy, Royal Stimi and Thunderhead.


    Thank You,

    Breck

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    Nice report

    How did you get your drift boat on a Brookie stream at 4000 ft

    I need you to show me some of that CNF Brookie streams

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    Ducky,

    Pulled it 3 miles through the woods. The rain made the ground a lot easier to pull it today!!!!!!

    I am ready when you are. If I would have had a GoPro today,..... would have given you a similar show that you shared.

    Seriously though, shoot me an email. You'll want to know about the above post.

    Breck


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    Stunning fish. This, to me, is the essence of fly fishing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The-Sasquatch View Post
    Stunning fish. This, to me, is the essence of fly fishing.

    Amen! Good stuff Breck.

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    Great pics Iron Man of the mountains!

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    as always breck great report. you have some great adventures and thanks for sharing with all of us.
    Romans 10:9-10 KJV

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    Breck
    That last brookie picture is amazing! I would blow that up and frame it.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Scott

    P.S. I saw on one of your other posts that you are from the Dalton area. I live in Ringgold and teach in Dalton. Let me know if you ever need a fishing partner on a weekend. I would love to chase some natives.

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    Scott,

    Thank you for the kind words. Very new to the photo taking. Learning something every fishing trip.

    There are several of us this way and I'd be happy top introduce you to them. We get together quite often. You are more than welcome to join.

    Email me.
    breckdavis100@gmail.com

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