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ironman

The 1st and A 1st

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got out today for my first fly fishing of the year and also caught my first dogfish on the fly! Imagine my suprise! Lots of really nice sized sunnies, one crappie, some teeny bass...one very, very large bass that still has a wooly bugger in her mouth. The dogfish was about 2 1/2 lbs what a fight on my 5wt. I have pics on my phone just need to figure out how to get them off there and on to here. Pretty fun day today. Fishing in a bay in about a foot to two feet deep. Cant wait to do it again.

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