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Old 08-06-2011, 02:52 PM
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Flyfishing is just the icing on the cake when you get vista's like this to enjoy... Loads of small brookies, browns, and rainbows. With the 1wt, it was a great time.

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Great pics! Brings back memories of a five day back packing trip into Desolation Valley above Kyburz in 1966. Brookies galore and some had decent size.

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Nice pics!
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Wow....beautiful stream and sceneries...would love to fish there
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