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Old 09-15-2012, 07:27 PM
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Thanks Stuart, might be a bit of a wait before I join the DSLR posse, until then I'll be making due with a Canon SX40HS and a GoPro, and the iPhone 4S camera at times of course.


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Here's a quick mash-up of a brown I caught the other day on a tunghead hare's ear, and my first footage with the GoPro (I really need that dive housing...). AAAND embedding isn't working so hot... Brown to Go
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Here are a couple nice Wyoming Browns I landed yesterday:
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Larry looks like both browns and bows are slender in this stream...beautiful fish
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I love fall...browns become wickedly colorful! Here's a great sample of what we were catching this weekend.

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A small native brownie from central PA's spring creek caught in the dark on a foam ant

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The first fall lake-run football of the year, not a monster but always fun to see a kyped-out fish on the end of the line, courtesy of the Valley of Sin. I was willing to compromise my integrity as a fisherman by heading out to one of my least favorite destinations when I heard there were browns running in, I just didn't realize how far I would inadvertently sink... at least a half-dozen fish tempered the descent!
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Hey AJ nice brown. You got water your way?

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Brown from South Dakota
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Mike, the water is coming up but I'll still be heading out your way for the browns when I can. Wanna do a repeat of last year and meet up for some out-of-state plate sightings and some good fishing?
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The first fall lake-run football of the year, not a monster but always fun to see a kyped-out fish on the end of the line, courtesy of the Valley of Sin. I was willing to compromise my integrity as a fisherman by heading out to one of my least favorite destinations when I heard there were browns running in, I just didn't realize how far I would inadvertently sink... at least a half-dozen fish tempered the descent!
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Beautiful Brownie AJ! Sometimes we must dwell in the Valley of Sin to reap our rewards. Especially for tanker BTs! Nice!

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The first fall lake-run football of the year, not a monster but always fun to see a kyped-out fish on the end of the line, courtesy of the Valley of Sin. I was willing to compromise my integrity as a fisherman by heading out to one of my least favorite destinations when I heard there were browns running in, I just didn't realize how far I would inadvertently sink... at least a half-dozen fish tempered the descent!
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