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Old 04-03-2011, 03:14 PM
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Martin: Thanks for posting the fantastic photos! You sure have BIG Brown Trout where you live! That photo of the ferry unloading trucks on the beach was pretty cool! I can see why you like the two handed fly rods with the winds and big water.

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I'd love to fish there some day those are some beautiful and BIG browns! Thanks for sharing.
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