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Old 07-27-2000, 01:06 PM
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Cold July-More Trout?

Here inNew England we have had the coldest July I remember.
Lots of rain too. Water is high, weather cool, does this tranlate into some good mid summer trout fishing? I'll bet the brookie fishing ain't bad in the central Mass. foothills. Thoughts?

Terry
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