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Got out and did some trout fishing the last two days with Dark3o and updecreek. Dark got me into my frist brown (s). That was really fun! Thanks again!

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great lookin fish guys........looks like a nice day aswell.

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I've never used shad raps b4 for trout. I've always stuck to the stick cranks. Do you find that the bigger lip helps it bang of the snags more? I usually remove the front treble to avoid snags.

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Any of you guys ever wanna hit up the SE streams.. hit me up.. my schedule is usually a little awkward though.. seeing as i work in a kitchen..

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Very nice fish guys!

Following the Master I see grin

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It was great to have you guys down! The weather was interesting but the fish really turned on after that hot spell and the hatches.

It was very special to introduce my Best Man's 10 year old Son to a new world of stream trout fishing! Cooper Delp of Willmar is already looking forward to another trip asap. His Dad Kirk is my bud from 3rd grade...and now we're almost 50.

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And a 21" for me..

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