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Old 03-12-2011, 03:17 PM
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Default Broke In New Grandt Fly Rod

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Went out specifically looking for a wind sheltered area to break in my new fly rod.

Needed easy casting and an easy fix. Thought brookies were the way to go.

I used Kurth's UV Stone and Goetsch's Pretty in Pink bead headed nymphs.

The brookies were eager and I am happy to report that NO GILL LICE in this stream in

Southern Richland County.

22 to hand in 1.5 hours nothing big.
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