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Old 08-31-2010, 10:38 PM
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Thought I might jump in here with you guys.....

8/22/10
Green Weenie
Walker Camp Prong



Water was up from the nights rain and this was my best trip yet, seemed as though every other cast (flip....) produced a strike. Second trip out using the weenie for a dropper and I'm sold on them! As for the bows on the stringer, I try for a limit when in "speck" waters, figure it helps the specks if only a little.

Lesson learned..... During the hot months, get your butt in the mountains if it rains!
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Old 08-31-2010, 11:12 PM
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went and slayed bluegill the other day at Meltin Hill round the reactor bend.





snagged this lunker the other day in the GSM BHPT size 18






my first GSM trout!

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Old 08-31-2010, 11:24 PM
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As for the bows on the stringer, I try for a limit when in "speck" waters, figure it helps the specks if only a little.

Glad to see someone is killing some of the rainbows up there. Ten years or so ago, I used to catch probably 95 percent brookies in the upper reaches of Walker Camp Prong. Unfortunately in the last few years, that number seems to have changed significantly. I don't eat fish but everytime I catch a bow up there, I'm tempted to whack it on the head...
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