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    Smile Are we having fun yet?

    A couple days on the river with some of the local Fauna!


    Dany with a nice shore lunch!


    A nice Grilse

    ... and of course Boris with one of the bigger takes of the evening!

    I missed the shot of the Big one he go 60 minutes earlier!
    Christopher Chin

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    Chris,

    Are these buddies of yours or are those you guide? Either way looks like you are all having fun.
    Trout don't speak Latin.

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    Great fish, nice scenery. You guys must of had a good time.
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    Ooops, ... sorry for the confusion. They are all Buddies up here on my Homewaters (That's what I meant by Local Fauna ).
    Last edited by fcch; 08-01-2010 at 10:26 PM.
    Christopher Chin

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    Chris, nice photos. Thanks for sharing and Best Regards.....
    Exploring the waters of western Montana...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fcch View Post
    Ooops, ... sorry for the confusion. They are all Buddies up here on my Homewaters (That's what I meant by Local Fauna ).
    My bad, not yours. I had one of those duh(!) moments.
    Trout don't speak Latin.

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    If you are not having fun, let me know when it starts, because if that wasn't fun, I don't know what fun looks like.
    It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. Mark Twain

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    Jesse!! Oh it WAS fun.

    It doesn't happen often, less than once per year, but we hit the run after the river had come up 25 inches in 24 hours. It started dropping right away. The salmon moved into the run. As a group of 5 anglers, rotating through 100 feet of the run, we connected and released 11 salmon in 2 hours!

    The next day Dany caught our shore lunch and then in the afternoon, the Grisle was taken.
    Christopher Chin

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