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Old 08-11-2010, 09:52 AM
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Default Re: How's this for a Truckee River Trophy?

Chi, check out the Sage 99. 5-6wt is perfect for nymphing the Truckee, or most bigger water.

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Large brown! this pic somehow made it on the cover of Western Outdoor News too.
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Default Re: How's this for a Truckee River Trophy?

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My brother as my witness I hooked a brown not far off from that guy in the LT last year. Who would've thought I would need something heavier than 5x on the LT, SNAP! There are some BIG fish around here for sure. If not the trout the carp get rather huge themselves.
Are you sure there are carp on the california side? Are you thinking of whitefish?
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Default Re: How's this for a Truckee River Trophy?

The carp reside on the NV side of the Truckee out in the Mustang area but in Tahoe none the less.
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