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Old 04-27-2014, 05:05 PM
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Here a video of Matt landing it


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Here are a few Green River Brown trout from below Flaming Gorge, UT:
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Gorgeous red colors in the Adipose fin:
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Madison River (Raynold's Pass)

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Big Horn ("A" section below Yellowtail)

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Bear River (below Oneida Narrows)

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This brown was a long time coming. Three years of hoping and about 30 attempts later I finally landed a good size brown on this famed technical spring creek.

I did my homework, taking note of where the big ones were and came out when the water was high and dirty and made sure I was the first one on the creek. I'm sure I moved him a month or so ago, and actually hooked him a couple weeks ago only to lose him after getting too excited about taking a photo.

I thought it was a smaller brown since the take was so light. It didn't move at first and then slowly moved around. Had a snapping turtle taken my fly? Then I saw the tail break the surface. I held my breath and gave him room to run the drag, but not enough room to get under a moss bed and tie me up. I jumped off the bank onto what I hoped was solid enough to hold me. Knee deep in muck I got it in the net. What surely took minutes felt like seconds.

When you have a long-hoped-for-fish on, everything seems to stop but at the same time fly by (pun intended).

I'm told that landing a fish this size on mossy creek doesn't happen a lot for a lot of people. I fished this water a whole year before I started landing anything. Then it was mostly 8-10" browns and the rare 14-15". Once I landed an 18" brown but it was pretty skinny. Then this! I'd love to make this a regular occurrence!

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her first "real" fish

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her first 'real' fish. just paraphrasing her words.
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From this morning. Edited to add, on the Nissitissit in Mass.

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Streams are finally starting to run clean in central Alberta. Unfortunately the worst is yet to come from the snow pack in the mountains.

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I would give my left ventricle to have some flatwater like that! milt
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From a couple of days ago on the Blackfoot out of Missoula, Montana. This was not the largest brown for the day or even close to it. The biggest one got out of the net before we could take a picture. 5 days of big, healthy fish.

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