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Old 04-28-18, 07:27 AM   #1
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My old buddy Scott Larochelle and his friend Matt flew in from the east coast yesterday. They wanted to trout fish with me. The weather here has been really flippant lately. One week ago we had a 9 inch snow storm and all the snow was already gone due to 70 degree weather yesterday and prior days it were above 50.

I at first struggled on where to take them. They arrived at noon and the sun was high in the sky and only minimal clouds. I decided to take them to a place I had recent excellent results. The area was against a hill for about half of the way and had trees on the stream and many log jams.

Matt scored on his second cast. The first indicator was that it was going to be an excellent outing. Matt had a size 8 black wooly bugger on. Scott quickly changed to what Matt was throwing.
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