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Posted by Len Taliaferro on July 29, 1997 at 11:20:50:
Had excellent trip to Tallulah River 7/25 through 7/27. Landed three Rainbows w/ largest about 13 inches. Fish seemed to be hitting early am till water temperature got too high. Had afternoon action if
there was cloud cover and temperature started dropping. Several people thought cycles were based on hatchery feeding times. However, air temperatures were cooler and action better on Friday pm and Saturday
am than Saturday pm and Sunday. Had cloud cover on Sunday am and fishing action held on till nearly noon. Got lots of action on Friday evening using #16 light ginger nymph. Saturday morning fish hit #16 CDC
Emerger for about an hour then stopped. Switched to corn then Chartreus Powerbait and and another hour of almost continuous hits. Based on strikes should have had a lot more fish. All nymph hits were at the
end of the float. Fishing pressure was not too great and nearly everyone seemed to be catching fish.
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