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Going Soft

It’s depressing, hearing that Beau’s been lacking the ability for even the simplest of rise from trout in the Salem Ditch. It’s like he’s going soft, showing his son that it’s okay, totally acceptable to allow some hungry cutthroat trout not even five feet in front of him to get the very best of him. Way to roll, man. Do you need some soft hackles? Perhaps red tags? Maybe run home and let the cat out?

Why the long face?

Those are just my observations. GS1

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Amanda and I had no problem on the Ditch. Sure, we dodged a few overbearing patches of gray, but we never had an issue with overbearing cutthroat or lingering rainbows. 

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Elk hair caddis and red tags won the evening over, perfect combos when paired with two and three weight rods. The right tools for playful streams.GS7

 

 

Posted by idigphotography on April 14, 2013
6 Comments Post a comment
  1. 04/14/2013
    Beau

    This is crap!

  2. 04/14/2013

    Original photos, and material by the way. Brooding are we?

  3. 04/15/2013
    Tom

    No…

    Beaver attacks?

  4. 04/15/2013

    Not today.

  5. 04/20/2013

    great photos! Love the clarity of the fish.

  6. 04/20/2013

    Thank you. They volunteered for these shots.

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