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Old 11-22-2012, 04:57 AM
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You guys are doing good down there, it's good to see you.

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Lacanadio- all four of those photos are from a single trip this year after ramp-down in early June. Each one of those fish was caught sight fishing a dry fly- a big black ant.

To answer your question, the first two pictures are from the upper flats. The last two are indeed just downstream of baetis bend.
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next time you are there inquire about access to Death Row, especially the lower section. There are some bigger fish in there, caught a couple near the bank in the early '90s.
Good luck, the SJ is a great fishery.
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Lacanadio- all four of those photos are from a single trip this year after ramp-down in early June. Each one of those fish was caught sight fishing a dry fly- a big black ant.

To answer your question, the first two pictures are from the upper flats. The last two are indeed just downstream of baetis bend.
Newby: Congrats, never thought of trying an ant pattern down there, the only thing I have ever used is small midge patterns, size 20- 26.

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