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Another creek and another gorgeous speck

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  • Another creek and another gorgeous speck

    Spent last Saturday working a creek that has been on my list for some time. I was very fortunate to get a couple strikes early which kept me motivated through the thick jungle which surrounded the creek. Fishing was tough, missed a few and spooked a real nice one. When I thought all was lost, I slid down the hill side to a nice little shaded run. I crossed the creek a little further down from the run I thought might hold fish. Got on my knees and flicked one of my favorite dry patterns up into the glide. Right as my fly was about to drop off a little fall a nice fish took it ever so delicately. He put a nice bend in the glass and managed to net him fairly quickly as I kept him in the water the whole time. I fished about half of the creek so I will be making a trip back up to finish off the rest at a later date, maybe even bring ol Cane Break with me.

    "Releasing a fish is that much sweeter, letting go of the ephemeral back into the void, to return to where it, and our dreams, can grow." - Jason Tucker

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  • #2
    That's a beauty!
    Hi my name is Charles and I'm a fishaholic.

    Some days I'm the hook and some days I'm the fish.

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    • #3
      Very nice speck


      • #4
        That is one beautiful creature..Way to go!
        Tight lines!!



        • #5
          That's a GA trophy, nice pic too

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          • #6
            Beautiful speck man!


            • #7
              Nice Speck!


              • #8
                You know the things I want to learn. Beautiful fish.


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                  • #10
                    That picture is FANTASTIC!!!


                    • #11
                      awesome fish and pic. well done.
                      "A free people ought not only to be armed, but disciplined..." George Washington