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    Default Delta Clearwater 2014

    Had our annual trip this last weekend. The absence of the lodge was a disappointment, but the grayling showed up to welcome us back again this year. Here is a few images, enjoy.








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    Nice job Jedi, man DCW sure does host some awesome grayling fishing. And on a mouse??? Awesome....

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    One of my favorite fishing trips. Great times


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    Another disappointment was me not being there! **** this ****ty country (Afghanistan).

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    The 2nd photo is AWESOME Mr D

    Congrats!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapper 27 View Post
    Another disappointment was me not being there! **** this ****ty country (Afghanistan).
    Agreed...wish I was there as well. Gotta figure a way to transfer down to Anchorage!

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    Fun Trip! I had a blast

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    Great fishing with you Ryan. Those tarpon and walleye were awesome. Lol


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    All those pics are great, the 3rd pic is absolutely stunning with the natural vibrant colors, reminds me of deyoung's paintings...thanks for sharing !!!

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    Well done! Those are some impressive grayling.

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    I hit it today did pretty well on a brown may fly variation. We also saw a silver salmon which is awesome cause its super early.
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    I saw a single salmon a few days ago. We have also seen a couple kings in the DCW over the years.
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    Couple nice ones I caught the other day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoyt View Post
    Couple nice ones I caught the other day.
    Clearwater isn't effected by all of the rain at all, correct?

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    Never seen the rain effect the clearwater.


    Probably not silver salmon you saw, it was probably a blushed king salmon. We also saw a couple kings in the river during our trip last week. Have seen them in the past also, Han Solo acts seem to be all by themselves.
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    Ive seen it "dirty" up a touch, but the rain dosn't really do much to the DCW. I agree with JMSS, more than likely a blushed king. I didnt stop long enough to check.
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