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Old 05-03-2011, 12:46 PM
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With alot of water in streams the fishing was not bad. One of those days when the fish wanted a little of everything and a lot of nothing, caught fish on several different flies and nymphs. Wasn't a bad day with about 20 landed. Hereis some pics.Click the image to open in full size.Click the image to open in full size.Click the image to open in full size.Click the image to open in full size.Click the image to open in full size.Click the image to open in full size.Click the image to open in full size.
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Those are some great looking streams! Right up my alley with that type of water. Nice fish, especially the brookie! Those first two pics look like heaven to me!
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trying again
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think i got it know sorry for the screw up ... it was a good day

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i did get them to this is the first time i have posted pics
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Sweet. Pretty stream too.
My friend and author, Chuck Tryon, used to tell me that he would buy every Tellico Nymph in town when he fished the Smokies. I don't remember which town so for that I apologize.
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Sweet. Pretty stream too.
My friend and author, Chuck Tryon, used to tell me that he would buy every Tellico Nymph in town when he fished the Smokies. I don't remember which town so for that I apologize.
Tellicos are popular here but i very seldom use them guess its what you have the most confidence in . Ilikw a orange stimulator with a beadhead RLGRHE as a dropper, but a Red Copper John was best Sunday..
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stimulator2: Great looking stream and fish, congrats! You are very fortunate to have water like that to fish.

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Thanks i will post some pics of trips, now that i have learned how hope its not to long lol
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Nice. That's a good size brook as well.
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