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Well Sunday came with a cool sunrise and a temp.of 41 on my porch .My cousins in for the passing of our Uncle had took off to Cherokee to fish and asked me to go but i said no .I really wanted to fish so i told the gf(Ann) i thought i would just walk down and fish up the creek that runs through our property.Well we put on our waders and she grabbed her camera.This time of year here in WNC you can count on leaves in the water and falling in while fishing.It was real windy one of those days where you throw the fly left so it will blow to the right spot.Well things didnt start off good.So Ann took some pics.
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Looking from our bottom up the mountain.

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Then things started picking up some and i got this nice brown.
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We got some 3 more rainbow from this pool.
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Ann got her first in a dry fly she has got them on nymphs before.
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Was not a bad day think we got 22 to hand.Here are some more pics.
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I'd say it was a great - and probably much needed and well-deserved - day!
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Great photos, thanks for sharing.
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Excellent pics! You have a beautiful area right in your backyard...
Thanks for taking the time to share them.
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I agree with the others, you definietely had a great day catching some gorgeous trout and the fall colors are just great!

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Beautiful place...lucky you to have such a lovely creek running through your property
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I can't believe you actually have a trout stream on your property, I am very jealous.

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Trout stream on the property, NICE! A friend of ours has a house in Sylva, NC and there is a trout stream that runs by just down the hill from the house, but it's still not on the property. I'm jealous either way!
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