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Old 03-06-2008, 01:46 PM
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Default Re: Smith River fishing...

Hello Frank, Thanks for the response.

A couple days ago I was shown an article on the Giant Sequoia Trees in "JS- State Park" and seen a driftboat on the Smith River in one of the pics, I guess the river flows through the middle of the park.

I've decided that I really want to see these giant trees, and the river with those huge steelhead is another positive aspect for making the trip. It looks like Nov-Feb is a great time to go and it goes well with my work schedule that time of year.
I'm thinking I'm going to learn how to handle a spey rod.

Frank, have you or anyone else seen these giant trees before?
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