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Old 06-29-2011, 11:41 AM
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Default Late June in the Adirondacks

Over 40 fish were taken inside a 2 day stretch at the cabin. Many trout taken in the 17-19" range, several more larger trout were broken off. Browns, Rainbows, and Brookies were all brought to net over a fantastic weekend in the Adirondacks. Custom tied stonefly patterns have been the killer patterns this June.

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Ausable? I need details where in the adirondacks?
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Beautiful health fish! Thanks for sharing.
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Ausable? I need details where in the adirondacks?
Near there!
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Nicely said, papabearoutdoors! Perfect response to the question.
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papabearoutdoors: Great photos and fish, congrats! I also loved your great description to the location!

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