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Old 10-02-2013, 07:13 PM
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Awesome pics, I love that park. the second stream you have pictures of, I kinda feel like I know what one, that I may have been in it a few years ago.

At any rate, awesome trip report, with it starting to cool off now Im in full on trout mode. This post wasn't helping my lust for them.
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You got the pie now Where's the ginger....roflmao. Great post and pics man!
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That's awesome! next time I head down that way I'm having you cook for me! Looks like y'all stayed dry too. Nice report.
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.......if you get the chance.....head up the Bradley's Fork outside of Cherokee........that neversink caddis should work very well.......
The first several pics were from Bradley Fork. The fishing was very slow there, but I think it was because I was fishing behind two different groups of people.
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The first several pics were from Bradley Fork. The fishing was very slow there, but I think it was because I was fishing behind two different groups of people.
Sorry to hear that.......it gets slammed on occasion, but for good reason. I usually hike in about three or so miles, as it's an easy trail, and then I hit the water. Getting above campsite 49 puts you in brookie heaven.
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I have my nominations for 'Thread of the Day,' this gets kicked up to "Thread of the Week.'
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WOW! Thank you for taking the time to post those pictures. I think you just made my next vacation destination choice for me. I can't imagine life getting any better than what I just saw. That is something everybody should experience at least once. The scenery is spectacular combined with good fishing and great food all at camp. WOW!
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