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Fly fishing pics submitted by Sean Bradley
Lake St. Peter , Ontario , Hexagenia Sony 7.2 MP Cyber-shot
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Lake St.Croix September sunrise,
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Steelhead caught with my # 8 Pale Alevin . 9wt Fenwick fly rod & Scierra fly reel . Bowmanville Ontario Canada
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My Pale Alevin , Bowmanville , Ontario
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