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    Default DCW 2015 Arctic Grayling Fun

    Our annual trip was another excellent outdoor adventure, lots of fat fish and huge fins. Samples to share






    Took the Hopper!




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    Those fish are beauties!!!
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    Indeed they are!

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    As always D thanks for sharing!

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    Great fish. I just got back from Deadhorse and managed a few and they all looked like crap as far as fin markings. I didn't even take any pics. I have fin envy!

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    I laughed for several minutes on this one. Fin Envy! Brother don't worry about having that! Like Allen said on two and a half men He is a grower not a shower. I fished to a Grayling near King Salmon back in 1990 that had the largest fin I have ever seen it was not a pretty fin at all but oh my goodness it was spectacular even though it was split swear to you know who that fish was over 26 witnessed but as stated not pretty at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediMasterSalmonSlayer View Post
    Our annual trip was another excellent outdoor adventure, lots of fat fish and huge fins. Samples to share






    Took the Hopper!




    Awesome pics Jedi. I really like the last few with the dorsal fins underwater. Really unique and brilliant idea. Really displays the true colors naturally. I might have to steal that idea on the next grayling I catch.

    Here is a nice grayling I caught on Willow Creek the other day. About 17-18".



    Not quite as big as that grayling I caught a few years ago on the DCW. I remember I ran in to your crew up there at the campground and you loaned me a hot fly. Here is a pic of the 19-20" grayling I caught the day after with the fly you gave me.


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