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  1. #11
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    Oct 2007
    Wasilla / Skwentna, Alaska
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    Default Re: Chasing little brownies

    Always a pleasure to see the trout streams of France. Some day maybe we will trade trips,


    Anywhere can be the land of great expectations, broken dreams, or paradise found, it's all up to you.

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  2. #12
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    Apr 2009
    Languedoc/near montpellier
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    Default Re: Chasing little brownies

    Quote Originally Posted by mcnerney View Post
    JP: Both of those streams are really beautiful! Don't let Allan see that water, he might want to move into your spare bedroom! LOL!
    Allan will be here on friday....don't know where we'll go yet
    Quote Originally Posted by Stillwater angler View Post
    Wonderful river and great little browns....... thanks for posting them.

    Your spoilt rotton

    How big can the browns go in that river ?

    I've been hooked on wild browns for near 30 years...... .... have a small town river i minute from my door and a larger river, the river Ure, also 1 minute from my door.......... it's great
    the biggest brown I caught( in the eighties) was 18" but I once found a dead one which was 24....I couldn't believe it

    Quote Originally Posted by Hardyreels View Post
    Always a pleasure to see the trout streams of France. Some day maybe we will trade trips,

    My door is always open for my fishing friends

  3. Default Re: Chasing little brownies

    I'm new to the form and only been fly fishing for 12 months but already clocked up hundreds of hours on the reservoirs. Last year I got some waders and went into our local shallow river Almond' Livingston West lothian Scotland which as it turns out is loaded with 1/2 lb browns. I had offer-after-offer all day but never landed or even hooked one! I was using s18 river drys with the whole fly Ginked. Someone said the trout were flicking the fly to drown it and since I had fully Ginked the fly it did not sink hence the trout ignored it.


  4. #14
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    Nov 2009
    A Scot in Sherman Connecticut

    Default Re: Chasing little brownies

    Fantastic looking scenery, very idyllic
    "We look to Scotland for all our ideas of civilisation."

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