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Old 09-21-2012, 07:33 AM
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The Clinch above Norris has great blue wing hatches, and has the same geologic structure as the clinch
Maybe; I am not really sure about this aspect. The Clinch ecosystem from Coal Creek down is a different story. Once I get a more accurate measuring tool; I will try and detail some of my theories. If proven true or otherwise!
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Old 09-22-2012, 04:55 AM
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fourx,

Have a great time out there in Idaho. I fished all the waters you mentioned there a year ago to the week. I love the area there. Silver Creek kicked my a$$$ again. I've yet to fish the upper Big Lost in Copper basin. That's for next trip I guess.
Next time Silver is fishing tough, go to the sloughs and fish as you would above the Clinch's weir. Turns sad into glad!
Or, pray for high winds and fish hoppers. Yum!

It's 4:55, can't sleep, and my flight leaves at 7:00. Sheesh.

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