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Old 01-22-2009, 06:25 PM
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A nice 27" brown caught in the canyon stretch of the South Fork.
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Larry,
Actually this ranch and the one Monster Lake is located on used to be owned by the same people, I'm not sure how long ago they sold the ranch by Cody though, it almost seems like there was possibly another owner in between.

I found out I can still gain access and not have to pay the high dollar amount, but it will still cost me. Maybe this Summer as it's only an hour from my home.
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A nice 27" brown caught in the canyon stretch of the South Fork.

Didn't I just get off the phone with you. lol
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Does this count? 8' 6wt. Glass rod with Intermediate line and a #12 Bead Head Prince.

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Does this count? 8' 6wt. Glass rod with Intermediate line and a #12 Bead Head Prince.
It swims in the water and eats flies. It counts!!
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caught him near Tucson, AZ last nov. Measured 17" Used a 8"6
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shoot yeah it counts, one of the hardest fish to catch on a fly I belive.
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250lb.+ Spinner shark on a 12 weight.
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40 inch striper and a 39.5 inch snook. No pictures but I have a 60 inch tape glued to the side of the boat for a quick measurment. I have two pictures of fish caught on 4 lb Vanish while fishing for bluegills. The striper I caught in Lake Martin in Al. My son caught the cat in a small lake in Mi.
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