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Old 09-21-2017, 10:04 AM   #1
Grey-Jay
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Should have brought dries.

Carrying in less than a mile to a brook trout pond yesterday, made a decision to bring only spinning rod with LC Wabblers and trailing streamers. Forgot worms. Varied depth, speed, etc. Left fly rod and flies in car. Couple hour trolling with nothing and then all of a sudden larger fish rising and taking insects. Darn! Trimmed a wooly bugger to make it smaller and alone let out line but no floatant to put on. Can't cast it on spinning rod. A couple of tugs only. Lesson learned/bring everything. Don't know what they were feeding on but would have been fun casting various dry flies.
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