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    Fished Montana yesterday. There weren't to many Rainbows but a buddy and I were pretty successfull. I actually got three bows to rise to dry fly, so that was pretty badass! I don't think the kings were dropping eggs yet, but beads were working on a few of the bows. I don't think alot of Rainbows have pushed into the upper yet, I'm gonna hit that up again in a few weeks after the chums have pushed in.

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    You know your not catching any fish when you start talking about the weather...


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    love the colors....

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt26 View Post
    love the colors....
    Me too! Nothing like the gray of a Ross accenting the blue of the Sage rod w/ the cork mmm has the hair on the back of my neck standing up! Oh and the color in that rainbow looks pretty too
    Thats pretty cool bigcox, thanx for sharing! Must have been a blast w/ the dry flies I bet a mouse pattern dropping in under the alders woulda knocked some boots

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    Beautiful fish! Thanks for the report.

    What were you using for dries?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyo2AK View Post
    Beautiful fish! Thanks for the report.

    What were you using for dries?
    Blue Dun's and Royal Wuliff's. I think they were hitting anything with a "wing shape" in the water.

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    Very Nice...I got a tree on my roof and your out catching rainbows...wow...see you sometime soon..chasing boots for now
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    Nice looking fish!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcox View Post
    Blue Dun's and Royal Wuliff's. I think they were hitting anything with a "wing shape" in the water.

    Fish On!
    Thanks!

    I sure like blue duns.
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