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Old 08-22-2010, 12:21 PM
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me and my dad went up to the south fork yesterday. It was pretty fun but the river seemed pretty high and the fish weren't really hitting much. We started out using hoppers, i switched to a nymph and strike indicator and hooked onto a beautifull colored wild rainbow about eight inches. Then nothing else the rest of the day. All in all it was really fun. And i'm looking foward to the next time i make it up there.
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Sounds like a great day on the water. Looking forward to more of your trip reports-- you got great advice from the guys. Good luck!
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thanks. It was really fun, i'm contemplaiting on planning a raft trip down the south fork, just rent a raft and float it while fishing along the way. One of the coolest parts of the trip was seeing a huge turkey buzzard sitting on a rock in the water then a large otter swam up and kicked the buzzard off the rock. It was pretty fun to watch.
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