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Old 10-25-2012, 11:53 AM
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Default BEASTY trout on the Madison - Video

This was a one day trip that led to some huge trout being caught. Fished until it went dark. Just another day on the Madison.

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What a G R E A T video - Congratulations It is really a dream for me to spend (someday in myl life) a few days at such a river
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Default Re: BEASTY trout on the Madison - Video

I really enjoy your no frills approach to taking these pictures. The footage tells me that days like this are just a matter of fact for you and the way you unceremoniously release the fish is refreshing.

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Default Re: BEASTY trout on the Madison - Video

Very nice video It is refreshing to see a video where the angler releases the fish properly (w least degree of damage) & does not feel the need to drag it onto dry rocks for the 'glory photo'.

I just came across a posting on another forum where the person has photo after photo of 7-10in Brookies, proudly displayed on bone dry rocks / stones. The poster was very protective of his treasured stream but had no concern about the poor handling of the little jewels that dwell in it. Rant over
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Default Re: BEASTY trout on the Madison - Video

I especially appreciated the background music- Dave Gruisin's Mountain Dance? Different version but superb piano. Loved that Madison as well. My river of Sighs.
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