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You know your have a good trout day when............

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When you catch a Brookie, Rainbow, and Brown on three consecutive casts.

When you repeat the above feat exactly one year later in the exact same spot on the river.

[This message has been edited by Duffman (edited 02-23-2004).]

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When everyone who reads this shows up ON May 1st at Forestville Mystery Cave State Park between 8:00am and 9:00am!!!LOL

RIght on Duffman!!!!

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When you arrive at your destination after 27 hours of driving and gaze for the first time at a new river...It could end here, but in the last hour of daylight you catch a wild brook, rainbow, and brown trout.

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When that "someone in your spot", turns out to be a long lost fishing buddy ~ and the hole is big enough to share.

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When you find that the Skeeters and Flys don't like the taste of you........but those punks who keep scaring your fish are just what they wanted.

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Tight Lines,

JP Z

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Ok, I have to add one:


When you are the only one on the stream/river and it seems only the big ones are biting!!

JIm W

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When you're hiking in to your fishing destination and you notice a pod of rainbows in the creek next to you...and you exercise every ounce of patience you possess and continue walking...

You get to the lake and find brookies abundant. Your buddy comes in an hour later and tells you he stopped to fish for the rainbows - AKA: SUCKERS!

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...plus there's a midge hatch and the brookies are actually selectively feeding on your fly.

You catch numerous 14"ers while your buddy fiddles with tens here and there and refuses to use an emerger pattern...then you catch a "pounder". How many pounds????

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