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This 24 inch, 7lb plus brownie was taken on a tiny Parachute Adams. The 'Take' was poetry in motion. Angler & spectators had a perfect view from the high bank.
Submitted by: Dave Cook

Rated Above average (4.3) with 14 votes.
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No baby-sitting or making lunches for Val today. What a great way to spend a couple of hours.
Submitted by: Dave Cook

Rated Above average (3.8) with 12 votes.
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10 pounds Patagonian rainbow
Submitted by: Juan J. Serra

Rated Excellent (5.1) with 42 votes.
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The very picturesque Grays River is a tributary of the prolific Tekapo River. The Lupins can be a problem on the backcast.
Submitted by: Dave Cook

Rated Above average (4.4) with 13 votes.
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Your photographer on the other side of the camera with a nice brown trout. This was one of many taken this day from the crystal clear middle reaches of the Ahuriri River.
Submitted by: Dave Cook

Rated Above average (3.9) with 7 votes.
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This beautifully marked large brown trout was taken on a very small nymph. The Ahuriri River is one of the finest in New Zealand.
Submitted by: Dave Cook

Rated Above average (4) with 8 votes.
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#14 Royal Coachman. My second attempt at the classic. I know the tails a little out of whack, But I like the image.
Submitted by: Doug Gualtieri

Rated Average (2.9) with 19 votes.
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The 3lb rainbows are an easier target than the double figure brown trout. An extra long tippet and a fine and calm day is necessary for polaroiding these beauties.
Submitted by: Dave Cook

Rated Excellent (4.9) with 27 votes.
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