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Old 05-31-2008, 11:20 AM
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Yesterday was a perfect end to a weeks vacation before going back to school. Here are some photos. I used a "Smoky Mountain Candy" exclusively and literally lost count of how many Brook I caught. Rainbow were also even more plentiful and my buddy also caught a brown. My buddy also switched back and forth between a SMC, a P-Adams, and a Thunderhead but the candy was king. Went high up and saw no other fishermen until hitting the car. Saw two other fisherman from Nashville who reported similar success down stream.
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Old 05-31-2008, 01:41 PM
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Those are some beautiful specs, thanks for sharing!
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944, Absolute butiful pictures of brook trout. Are you will to share the Creek name?
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Nice Brookie
I would've love to have felt that guy on the end of my rod.
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Old 06-04-2008, 11:29 PM
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I could fish the exact same hole and not catch squat.
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944,

You can email at william.mclemore@ngc.com

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Old 06-05-2008, 11:11 AM
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Yesterday was a perfect end to a weeks vacation before going back to school. Here are some photos. I used a "Smoky Mountain Candy" exclusively and literally lost count of how many Brook I caught. Rainbow were also even more plentiful and my buddy also caught a brown. My buddy also switched back and forth between a SMC, a P-Adams, and a Thunderhead but the candy was king. Went high up and saw no other fishermen until hitting the car. Saw two other fisherman from Nashville who reported similar success down stream.
Where are the pictures?
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You have to click the link on the word "here".
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