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Old 10-22-2012, 01:05 AM
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Ok Sorry !! Maybe this time ?

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On my trip in Bosnia
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Now we can see em! Quite the difference in patterns on those browns!
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Now we can see em! Quite the difference in patterns on those browns!
Hi AJ !!

Sure ! the first one is from my local stream (south west of France) where trout are 100% Atlantic family (no red spots) and the 2 nd from Bosnia (2000 km from my home) and it's a mediteranean family.

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Here a Bosnian grayling (my very first one !)
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My name is George Riddle, I own Blueberry Island Lodge on the Kvichak River, Bristol Bay, Alaska, a small Do-It-Yourself lodge.
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I found this forum looking for other places with my love of fly fishing. Looking forward to making this forum part of my winter mornings online routine.
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Welcome George !!

Yes this forum is great ! Lots of info and most important, very nice people. For sure, nice fish.
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Solid terse intro, Wong! Welcome to the forum, you'll like it here.
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Here are a couple. The first is steelhead fishing on my home water, and the second is a spring creek near here.

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Okay, one more of me with an actual fish this time. 4th and best one for today. Gotta love spring creeks in the fall.

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