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Planettrout



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 01, 2011 6:24 pm    Post subject: 8 Days on the EASTSIDE (Sierras) PT & SON... Reply with quote
So...eight days over there...WIND, COLD and SNOW...LOVED IT !!! Took over 1000 photos between Michael. Aimee and myself. Here are a few and what worked for us...



The view after a day on the EW...



Michael and PT...



A few of the smaller locals...



One of the other locals...



That would be this:



BUFFALO JUMP ATTRACTOR...used this as a lead in a double rig nymph set-up...it slammed....



A 'Bow...



Mr. Brown...



BIG REEDY...they liked this too !!!



One of Michael's MANY Trout... :rockon:



"PINKIE" charmed 'em during the Baetis hatch...



Michael and a nice Brown in the meadow section...



Michael comin' up through the bend...this...worked well during the Baetis hatch 'cause Caddis were around too...



AMBER KF GUIDE SERENDIPITY...



PT in the meadow with a Brown that hopped on this:



BIG REEDY...used as a lead fly...



An ALPERS 'BOW that jumped all over... this:



PALINISTA...this fly took a bunch of Browns for both of us...



Michael, up by the gauge...whackin' 'em on what was our most successful pattern....



SIMPLY RED...



PIZZA TIME !!!



Michael with a 'Bow from the WIND TUNNEL known as HC... Laughing



"Hey MICHAEL, it's SNOWING !!!"...



DEEP PURPLE worked well in the cruddy weather and failing light...



ROBINSON CREEK...Blowin'...



Already packin' to GO BACK !!!...a lot more will be going up on the BLOG..Bishop...Martin...I just was waiting to see just how effective these attractor patterns are..THEY ARE !!!

PT/TB

Razz

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Martin Joergensen
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2011 12:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote
Tim.,

What a fantastic trip! And some really nice pictures.
Thanks a bunch for sharing!

Any time you want to tell a story like this in the form of a "real article" on the Global FlyFisher, you are welcome!

Martin

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Donald Nicolson



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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2011 1:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
A great trip and great pictures.
I really like small bead head nymphs, they are a very successful
fly for grayling and brownies in small burns (creeks) here in Scotland.
Continue the good work.

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