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Old 06-07-2008, 05:03 PM
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Default Upper Deerfield

I got a chance to go back East for a few days on business and fished Thursday starting just above the Hoosac Tunnel. Hit the river about 5:30 and fished drys as a hatch was going on. Caught two large rainbows (one I couldn't close my fingers around and one slightly smaller) right off the bat. It slowed down and I moved downstream to just above Pelham Brook and caught two more smaller ones and missed several. All in all a very good time. I will be back in mid-July to try again.
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