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    Default You Win Some, You Lose Some

    This happens to every fisherman. All you can do is enjoy the opportunity and continue to fish for the next big one.

    Pete Fish = White Fish

    Looking forward to another great summer of Montana Fishing!

    [ame=http://vimeo.com/61746322]Fishing - Win Some Lose Some on Vimeo[/ame]
    The fields are endless, but the cows never leave the river side, maybe its the fresh taste of a cold mountain runoff that keeps them close. Or perhaps they just like watching the fly fisherman cast their way down stream (like souls of fishermen past). A young calf looks at his mother, with a sideways curious expression I love the feeling of mud running through my hooves.

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    Default Re: You Win Some, You Lose Some

    I watched the first three, and I have to ask. Were you trying to loose them? It didn't look like you gave them any line at all. You can get away with that if you fish big enough line, and clearly you weren't.

    Try letting them have some line. If you need to go chase them, go chase them. Planting yourself in a spot and monkey arming them just busts them off.

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