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Perfect day for fishing..

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Indeed it was.. and if you didn't get out.. i feel sorry for you.. what an absolutely wonderful day spent on the South Fork

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itch. what did you catch them beauties on ? mepps?or flies? Nice pictures!

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I am truly jealous! those are some great pics and it was a nice day. u were on the ww i would guess? and were those all caught on panthers?

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itch. what did you catch them beauties on ? mepps?or flies? Nice pictures!

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PS: anyone know what those wild flowers are? i just found them randomly.. no others anywhere in sight

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crocuses! one of the first to flower in the spring along with snowdrops

by the way, I'm not trying to be negative but I've heard that lying trout on the ground for photos like that is really harmful to the fish if you plan on releasing them. just fyi

looks like an absolutely beautiful day and nice job! great fish and nice pics

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crocuses! one of the first to flower in the spring along with snowdrops

by the way, I'm not trying to be negative but I've heard that lying trout on the ground for photos like that is really harmful to the fish if you plan on releasing them. just fyi

looks like an absolutely beautiful day and nice job! great fish and nice pics

thanks for the pointer.. i usually try to keep them on at least grass.. but that one shot.. there was none around and he was just too darn finicky to hold and snap

and thanks for knowning the flower.. i don't know much about wildflowers

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looks to be right around 10".. the black mark on the cork is my 12" marker

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