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    Nice to get to see you Byron, all I have ever seen were the jaws of your vise lol lol

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    Nice fishies

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    The Firehole River where one of the geyser basins dump into.







    And Old Faithful



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    Upper Mesa Falls on the Henry's Fork, preventing the browns from the lower river of traveling to the upper river.



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    A wader wash station in the parking lot at the top of The Ranch on the Henry's Fork.




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    Caught a pretty rainbow this morning





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    Very nice Byron, you are one lucky son of a gun. Love the photo of the falls.
    It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. Mark Twain

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    Another nice rainbow, but thinner




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    My son and I fished the Gardner River, just outside the town of Gardiner.
    We stopped in Parks Fly Shop.
    Picked up my copy of Walt Weise's new book. It was late in the evening. Walt was not there, but got a photo with Richard Parks, the son of the original owner.
    Also snapped a pic of Walt's tying station and see he ties with a Jvice.
















    The hillsides at Gardiner.








    We caught 3 species on the Gardiner. In one little run, we caught: Brown, Rainbow, and Cutts.
    My son with a typical Gardiner fish, although, there are some big fish in the deep holes.


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    Byron looks like a great trip. The number on on my bucket list.

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