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Old 06-03-2010, 11:19 AM
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Old 06-03-2010, 11:49 AM
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Wild rainbow 9-10 inches
Palmer Creek
#14 green and red nymph
3wt 5x tippet
6/01/10



Wild Brook trout
Pretty Hollow Creek
#14 attractor
3wt 5x tippet
6/02/10

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Old 06-06-2010, 08:57 PM
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Hit Priest Lake here in mid TN on Saturday, lots of fun catching Blue Gills and Bream on a bh white hare's ear and one on a white wooly bugger #16. Just a couple pics.



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So i have been gone a bit from the forum but I spent a little in Mexico!! Good Stuff!











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Old 06-07-2010, 09:14 AM
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I think those are the perfect sized tarpon. There are plenty of them, they like to eat, and you can boat more than a couple of them and still be able to cast and fish the rest of the day. I'm jealous.
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Old 06-08-2010, 11:32 AM
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Very nice "baby" tarpon as they say. I love to catch "Babies", they put up a heck of a fight. Love it when they do that "tail walk" across the water, and then crash back into the water. I've caught some nice tarpon in Roatan, Utila, and Grand Cayman also.
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Sweet I had a ball with em, they are certainly strong for their size. Really a good time down there, I was actually talking to a chick today about Utila I think, is that the island off honduras?
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Sweet I had a ball with em, they are certainly strong for their size. Really a good time down there, I was actually talking to a chick today about Utila I think, is that the island off honduras?
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Yes, Utila is an island not far from Roatan and mainland Honduras. If you go, fish the marinas for the tarpon. Utila is primarily a scuba diving destination, but there are decent restaurants, and fishing opportunities. Also, there is bonefish in Utila, Roatan, and Guanaha (spelling?).
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6/10/10
Small brown trout
Small wild NC stream (non GSNMP stream)
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