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Default Re: October Caddis?

Ah, thanks Cliff.

I hooked into a monster last night using an october caddis that I had purchased last year from cabellas' (a great big ugly fly). I didn't get him landed as I was in deep water, no where to go and he stripped me down to nothing, ran back at me, and then turned around and snapped me off.

I have never had a fish take so much line so fast - at least I know where he is now.
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