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Old 03-09-2012, 11:55 AM
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Danny,
This is a definite:
GrouseMan77

-Grease up your fly line to limit drags
-Watch your back cast. Us tailwater guys learn hard on the freestone streams.
-Stop by LRO and let Daniel load you up on some good flies.
-I threw parachute adams this week and they worked great.
Thanks Shawn, and everyone else that for the good advise. Corbo, as hard as I am on gear I would never borrow anyone elses. I have broken 3 rods this year, well the same one twice (had an extra tip) Thank you very much for the offer. I have a good idea of a game plan now. Thanks again gang!
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Old 03-09-2012, 12:49 PM
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Be careful if you go Danny the little river is up to 1400 cfs right now not wadable. Looks like the mountains got a lot of rain last night.
What he said... the river in town was reading 645 cfs this past Sunday and LR was still fairly swift even up high. Either wait till Sunday to see how much it drops or check out some of the smaller streams that usually fish pretty well with a bit of rain.

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