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Old 07-05-2013, 10:39 PM
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I like the rio grande from end to end. I like this end better.

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Old 07-05-2013, 11:44 PM
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My apologies for being picture heavy, but I love taking pic's of the places that I've fished. After all, one of the main reasons we pursue trout is because of the places that they live.

Mirror Lake, Uinta Mountains, UT
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My daughter on the Taylor River near Almont, CO
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lower Provo River, upstream of Provo, UT
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Me and Toby on the banks of the Firehole River, YNP
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Fish on! Gibbon River, YNP
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middle Provo River near Midway, UT
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Green River, Flaming Gorge near Dutch John, UT
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Martins Creek, near Martins Creek, PA
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Bushkill Creek, near Tatamy, PA
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Indian Creek (Yellowstone NP)

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The Gibbon River........come september my friend..........!!
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My apologies for being picture heavy, but I love taking pic's of the places that I've fished. After all, one of the main reasons we pursue trout is because of the places that they live.

Mirror Lake, Uinta Mountains, UT
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My daughter on the Taylor River near Almont, CO
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lower Provo River, upstream of Provo, UT
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Me and Toby on the banks of the Firehole River, YNP
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Fish on! Gibbon River, YNP
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middle Provo River near Midway, UT
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Green River, Flaming Gorge near Dutch John, UT
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Martins Creek, near Martins Creek, PA
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Bushkill Creek, near Tatamy, PA
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One of my favorite streams the Bushkill by Tatamy! Favorite place on a hot day to wet wade upstream and fish as I go. Dont even mind the big schools of Redhorse as long as they have a Brownie in the mix! Thanks for posting Joe its hot here may have to take a ride down!
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I fished this remote river in Maine recently. I'd rather not say which one but it was worth the trip.

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all beautiful spots guys!!
me fishing apple river.
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All I can say is that this is why it's not only about catching. Catching is good and a few stellar experiences keep you going, but its all about enjoying beautiful places.
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