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Old 03-18-2013, 10:12 AM
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Default South Cherokee National Forest was smoking on Sunday

And I do mean smoking - I felt like Jeffrey.





Anyhow, I don't count after the first one so I'd guess I ended up with about a dozen. All on hare's ears - first half dozen or so on a beadhead and the other half on a parachute. Switched from the nymph to the dry when I started seeing fish rising to the hatch. Not that large of a hatch but the fish aren't that large so it seemed fair. Largest would have been about 9" and the smallest is below.

I do have to note that for the first time in my life every trout I caught was large enough to be a keeper.



Dave

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