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Kick boaters taking a break with sun setting in Alberta Praires.
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A BIG Bow River Brown caught during spring run-off
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Two happy flyfishers on the Lower Bow River with big rainbow fooled by a streamer
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Rainbow Trout fooled by a hopper on the Bow River below the Carseland weir Oct 16 2005. Jet boats are the only way to access this strech of the river.
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