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Old 08-02-2012, 01:15 PM
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What flies did you use when catch Whitefish ?
Double nymph rig... #12 Prince on the dropper, #14 simple BHPT on the tag...

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What's that fly in the 4th row?

I was also tempted to ask.. what flies didn't catch whitefish?.. lol
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Great post , and to get the shots of the wolf was awesome.I love fishing in the Yelloowstone area but it has been 6yrs since i been there.
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What's that fly in the 4th row?
Those are my Hare's Ear's

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Nice.. I like that version..
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Joe: Very interesting looking Hare's Ear's pattern, sure does look fishy!
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Well done. The photos were great and your general positive attitude is reflected in every shot. Sometimes lemons are SWEET
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Double nymph rig... #12 Prince on the dropper, #14 simple BHPT on the tag...

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O ok, thank you very much for photo!
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we took the scenic route through Billings, MT and then SW through Beartooth Pass... that was an amazing driving experience! So many alpine lakes up there... I wondered if there were trout - perhaps Golden Trout - in any of them?

I made that same NE to SW drive last year for the first time myself - truly spectacular and great highway all the way. I also wondered about the fishing in those alpine lakes ? I'm not sure which MT drive I like the most, Beartooth or Going-To-The-Sun up in Glacier NP ?
That's a nice box and assortment of flies, got any particular website you'd recommend for your supplies ? I'd been using that guy out of Eagle, ID some but he's apparently gone out of business ?
Do you fish the Provo River in your own neighborhood much ?
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Hecks yeah!!! Great string of pics. I'd say you just about covered the spectrum!!! Bows, browns, whitey, and a black wolf. Amazing
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