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Old 07-08-2010, 10:12 PM
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I drove over bogger gut tonight at 6:30pm. The headwaters of a stream I fish.
It is un-named...My dad gave it the bogger gut handle. It is where I caught my first trout.

It was a little cloudy. But it was fishable.

2 hours later and 20 trout later. I was happy.

Most trout were in the 9-13 inch range but this one made the outing worth while.

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Where do you think the trout was laying. It hit three times before I got a hook up???

It was obvious to me when I saw the stretch.

Is it obvious to you?





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Len: Great looking trout! I'm going to guess he was under the ledge on the right side of the stream.

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Nice lookin spot Len.

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