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    Had to post a pic of this guy

    A great way to spend a couple of hours on a wintry day. Size 18 midge I call the christmas tree
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    That is a pig. No question.

    Big fish, little fly. Doesn't get better than that.

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    Great fish!

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    Ya you did! Great fish

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    Dandy! That's the only thing that gets me through the off season

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    That's a toad Drelk, very nice

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    That is a nice trout. Size 18 midge too. It always amazes me that these big trout eat such a small bug.

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    That is a boone and crocket fish man, nice thanks for sharing.
    Shoot STR8

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    Thanks guys. He was a toad. Took about ten minutes on the 6 weight. Lot of fun

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    Elephants eat peanuts brother... Beauty for sure... Congrats...
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