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Weekend Report 9/4-9/6

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The trout were bitting this weekend. I hope some of you reading this got out last weekend.
Saturday was a little slow at time but we did catch enofe trout keep it interesting.

Sunday on the other hand was hot. With overcast skies and a cold front blowing in the trout were biting. At times they were going nuts! Some holes produced 6 or more trout. Almost every hole I got bit several times.

We managed to see and catch a few trout in the mid-teens but nothing big until late Sunday. That's when I a nice brown slammed my lure. After a hard fight the big boy gave in. The brown was easily 20 or better. We quickly snap a few pics and released the big male.

Many on the trout were located in the slower moving water near the back ends of the hole. Rocks were another area where many trout were sitting. Very few were caught in the fast water or in the front of a hole.

Color of bait didn't seem to matter much but do to the slightly colored water flashy and bright colored lures worked best.

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That's pretty. Looks like you got that roll of film developed. Getting pictures done is like Christmas for me...except for the $$ part.

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Christmas is right! I don't mind the $ part as long as I get a few good pics of the big fish.

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Thats one good looking fish! "Brown trout" doesn't seem like fitting name for them, when they are showing their colors like that.

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