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    Default Looking to fly fish in palm springs. Help.

    Making a trip to palm springs for the next month. Anyone have any good suggestions on spots to fly fish?

    Thanks in advance!
    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: Looking to fly fish in palm springs. Help.

    Up in the San Bernardino Mountains...

    San Bernardino County

    Ck. the CA regs. for what is open...

    Daughter to Father, " How many arms do you have, how many fly rods do you need?"

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    Default Re: Looking to fly fish in palm springs. Help.

    Hey fishalong! I've lived in the area for a long time and would be happy to steer you in the right direction, just shoot me a PM. milt.

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    What are the days you plan to fish?
    fly-fishing (flI'fish"ing)- n. a method of angling using an artificial fly as a lure while freezing, sweating, swatting or swearing.

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