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Old July 27th, 2011, 05:48 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
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Old July 27th, 2011, 10:56 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
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Nice Brownie.. Montana?


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Old July 28th, 2011, 03:46 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
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Good looking fish JT,

Did you catch and release all of them; they sure do look like buddah in
the frying pan. g


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Old July 29th, 2011, 01:56 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
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nice fish. how was the salmonfly hatch this year? thanks for sharing
the photos jt...closest i've been to a trout in a year. missed my annual
trip west this year...

jeff

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Good looking fish JT,


Did you catch and release all of them; they sure do look like buddah in
the frying pan. g


All the fish caught over the weekend when back home with a tooth ache.

JT




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nice fish. how was the salmonfly hatch this year? thanks for sharing the
photos jt...closest i've been to a trout in a year. missed my annual trip
west this year...


jeff


Thanks jeff,

We just caught the beginning of the Salmon Flies, but the fish were
definitely keying on them and hungry. Probably some of the best dryfly
action I have seen early in the morning (8 - 10:00 AM).

Judging by your tropical TR, I'm guessing you would miss the trip west
again. That looked like an awesome time with good company.

JT

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Old August 16th, 2011, 03:21 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
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Good looking fish JT,


Did you catch and release all of them; they sure do look like buddah
in the frying pan. g


All the fish caught over the weekend when back home with a tooth ache.


JT


Do they get to a point where you do cook/fry them? I reside in a State
that borders the Gulf of Mexico, where the Speckled Trout is one of the
most sought after fish to catch and eat. That's why I was asking about the
'catch and eat' thing.

CR


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Good looking fish JT,


Did you catch and release all of them; they sure do look like buddah
in the frying pan. g


All the fish caught over the weekend when back home with a tooth ache.


JT


Do they get to a point where you do cook/fry them? I reside in a State
that borders the Gulf of Mexico, where the Speckled Trout is one of the
most sought after fish to catch and eat. That's why I was asking about
the
'catch and eat' thing.


In that tailwater I believe you can keep two fish over 14 inches, however I
never have.
I'm not appose to eating a fish or two, however I'm not a big trout eater.
If my wife and daughter were along, I'm sure we would probably have a fish
or two on the camp fire.
That said, I'm a proponent of C&R to sustain the fishery...

JT


 




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