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sunday afternoon gills, trout

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Me and fishface jim hit a small lake for some fly fishn he got there a little before me and saw a nice rainbow right by the access, grabbed his rod and caught it! about a 2 pounder! too bad i wasnt there to take a pic! then we saw one much bigger cruising around eating bugs on top too. We tried to fool him for a while then jumped in our tubes and looked for some bluegill action...

Fall colors starting to shine..



bluegills start to bite once we get out away from the weeds and waves


Nice on on the jitterbee





Gill on t.h.e. jig



Moonlite tubin'


Crappie eye, looks almost like the sun rising over the earth in outer space! wink.gif


fishface jim with a nice sunfish


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I was tired from fighting that 6 lb trout. grin.gif

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