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Fly fishing pics submitted by James Geary
My friend Jarret caught this fish his first time swinging streamers on the Grand.
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Brownie, Some PA Browns have predator bodies. This fish had a huge head and mouth like a New Zealand fish.
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Large Palamino on a PA Tailwater.
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