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Old 11-26-13, 11:42 AM   #1
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Trout, trout, Trout trout, trout, trout....

15 mins till the Trout Truck arrives.

Trout, trout, trout...Yay trout!
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Old 11-26-13, 11:48 AM   #2
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Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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You inviting jsharr over with his rod, he needs to learn about real fish.
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Old 11-26-13, 11:49 AM   #4
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Fools for not going with the breaded trout dog.
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Old 11-26-13, 11:51 AM   #5
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You inviting jsharr over with his rod, he needs to learn about real fish.
So long as he brings the boys, teach the scouts around here how it is really done.
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If we ever get some real rain it's Salmon season here! Fish delivered by truck? LAZY!
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If we ever get some real rain it's Salmon season here! Fish delivered by truck? LAZY!
If you ain't cheating you ain't playing to win.
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When did you coach in the SEC?
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Kilgore? We know it's not either of the Trout Fishing in Americas.
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...on the truck, do you spin for them with a float or try for an artful presentation with a fly rod ?
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be over in a few weeks....If there's any justice in the world, I'll get a 4wt fly rod this year for the holidays.
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...on the truck, do you spin for them with a float or try for an artful presentation with a fly rod ?
I only know how to use a fly rod. I'm a snob.




And the deed is done. It is raining far too hard for me to pill out my camera. In any advent, trout season is open at Springwood.
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some reason this reminds me of being a kid and filleting the trout on garbage can lid lol. i still wonder about my self for that reason
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be over in a few weeks....If there's any justice in the world, I'll get a 4wt fly rod this year for the holidays.
They are all in the 12 to 14 inch range. Most are in the pond, 50-60 are in the creek.
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I only know how to use a fly rod. I'm a snob.




And the deed is done. It is raining far too hard for me to pill out my camera. In any advent, trout season is open at Springwood.
Any snow mixed with that rain yet?
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Just rain, lots and lots of rain.
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Just rain, lots and lots of rain.
I just looked at the NWS.....decatur is now expected to get 1/2" accumulation of sleet/snow tomorrow morning. those trout should love this cold.
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the weather here sucks
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I just looked at the NWS.....decatur is now expected to get 1/2" accumulation of sleet/snow tomorrow morning. those trout should love this cold.
Me too. I would love some snow.
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Me too. I would love some snow.
you should take mine...I don't want it.
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What type of trout? Are there native trout in Georgia?
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What type of trout? Are there native trout in Georgia?
I got all rainbows this year. The only "trout" native to Georgia is the Brook trout (which is actually not a trout but a type of charr).
We do have wild breeding populations of rainbow, and browns in the north of the state but they are introduced and supported by the state hatchery.
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I got all rainbows this year. The only "trout" native to Georgia is the Brook trout (which is actually not a trout but a type of charr).
We do have wild breeding populations of rainbow, and browns in the north of the state but they are introduced and supported by the state hatchery.
Brownies are reproducing in the hooch.
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Good browns in the Hooch. I however will eat my trout. Hooch fish scare me on the plate.
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