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    Low water and pontoon boats

    With low water on the rivers and less traffic from drift boats and summer floaters, fishing and solitude have been pretty solid. I strictly swing this time of the year with spey rods for both steelhead and trout. (Steelhead year round 100% spey) A buddy of mine and I did a float with the rain last Saturday and was a good day. Hooked up with a dozen or so trout and three steelhead, one which I lost trying to tail it by myself. All were caught in different types of water, deep hole, cut bank, fast shallow....they are just spread out. They're still here if you cover water.
    Last edited by Southpaw; 10-09-2018, 09:33 PM.

    #2
    excellent.

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      #3
      Nice report SP. Great to see you post up again.

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        #4
        Thanks, been really busy fishing a lot this year. My new buddy is a fly fishing pro photographer and helping him trying to get some great shots for work since he moved from Colorado here. He's a great fly fisher and good guy and Stewart for it area

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          #5
          I was gonna say, excellent pictures! Nice work, love steelheading this time of year, we need more rain!

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            #6
            He works for several fly fishing magazines, if you need some fish porn fix and just some awesome photos feel free to check out his website.
            https://www.hoodlumphotography.com/p...0008h7IVTvgR44

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